Friday Finds!

Konstantin Grcic is a designer we keep being drawn back to… We’ve blogged about him several times. These chairs are part of the  Traffic seating Collection for Italian design brand  Magis. They are inspired by iconic forms and obtain beautiful harmony between industrial and  refined artistic sensibilities. 


Here Grcic revisits the famous chaise longue B306 by Le Corbusier,  Jeanneret and Perriand.  “The correlation between the three-dimensional line drawing of the metal rod and the geometric lines of the cushions marks a significant shift from the common connotation of wire furniture” says Grcic.

tumblr_n2qjoszrAz1rpfe9vo2_500This spectacular armchair was inspired by the Wassily chair, designed in 1925 by Marcel Breuer. 

bf405dd9-a42f-440c-b9d6-f121aef2f08aKonstantin Grcic – Panorama is an exhibition currently on view at Vitra Design Museum. It explores his career and work as well as his vision of interiors of the future. This retrospective exhibition narrates the role of design in our times, looking both at the past and the future. Click on the exhibition name to see all the details and more photos.

2eaeb7ab-5a74-43c9-80aa-dde6332a0761a6c2918a-7cfd-4ab3-9f44-dff1e6c41cb2The exhibition DEFINI FINI INFINI  (click on name for exhibition link) has opened at the Mamo in Marseilles. It is the result of the meeting of the artists Ora Ito and Daniel Buren and consists of 7 monumental works on the roof terrace  which play with dimensions, perspective, light and the environment. Buren’s black and white columns (1985-86) in Palais Royale in Paris are spectacular and a familiar and much-loved sight to Parisians. 

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Spotted this week…..

photo 4photo 5photo 2We wanted to share with you this stunning table by Hans Wegner we spotted this week. Dating from circa 1953, it was produced in oak and brass by Andr. Tuck. We love the smooth and lyrical lines of the base.

Inquiries about any of these objects: or 06 22 37 44 72

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