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COLLECTIONAL explores the lines between art and design, representing brands, artists, and designers from around the globe and showcasing unique design pieces.
Each curation creates an invocation to anticipate unlimited possibilities. Beauty and form blurring the lines of functionality and materiality. Historical icons in conversation with the contemporary and shifting the discourse into the future. Light, density, and ephemerality all in dynamic tension. The minimal and the voluptuous, and the exquisite harmony of both, together.
Warm sun on the desert sand, the shimmering lights of Dubai - Sabine Marcelis' works capture the energy of nature and the vibrancy of urban life. As the shapes and colors shift and merge with their surroundings, these dualities harmonize in whispers of light and reflection. The mirage of the two as separate fades as we embrace all the possibilities that they invite us to imagine. Material: Glass mirror
Warm sun on the desert sand, the shimmering lights of Dubai - Sabine Marcelis' works capture nature's energy and urban life's vibrancy. As the shapes and colors shift and merge with their surroundings, these dualities harmonize in whispers of light and reflection. The mirage of the two as separate fades as we embrace all the possibilities they invite us to imagine. Glass Table, composed of glass panels and 4 x glass cylinders.
EWE Studio in collaboration with Nouvel Limited produced a special golden edition of Magma lighting fixtures for Design. The process began with creating molds varying in size and scale, hand carved in volcanic stone by local stonemasons. The volcanic stone was chosen for the molds as it is not affected by the heat of the blown glass, due to its origin. Being an artisanal process, the shape, thickness and tonality differs, as a result giving unique characteristics to each one of the Magma ‘bubbles’. The ethereal golden light is generated through acid finish that was applied on the amber glass surface, together with the hand hammered brass surface contained within the bubbles.
EWE Studio in collaboration with Nouvel Limited produced a special golden edition of Magma lighting fixtures for Design. The process began with creating molds varying in size and scale, hand carved in volcanic stone by local stonemasons. The volcanic stone was chosen for the molds as it is not affected by the heat of the blown glass, due to its origin. Being an artisanal process, the shape, thickness and tonality differs, as a result giving unique characteristics to each one of the Magma ‘bubbles’. The ethereal golden light is generated through acid finish that was applied on the amber glass surface, together with the hand hammered brass surface contained within the bubbles. Amber blown glass with acid finish, steel, hammered brass, LED lights
Loop collection by Michael Anastassiades balance, color, and minimal shapes. Double Loop suspension add an elemental simplicity to any space, perfect in their architectural symmetries. Available in brass finish. 1 X E27 15W LED, 2000LM/2700K 2 X G9 3.5W LED, 330LM/2700K
Parabola III is a Layers Floor Lamp specially designed for reflection based on how the light travels through a solid surface, the beginning and the end, the darkness, the gloom to the dawn, on tension and flexion. The starting points where the brass layer touches base establish the origin for every light element, meaning the number of brass layers indicates each piece's number of light factors. The poetry of the shadows, the absence of light which is as relevant as its presence. The starting points where the brass layer touches base establish the origin for every light element, meaning the number of brass layers indicates each piece's number of light factors. Parabola III was represented by MASA Galería, which opened its first exhibition, 'Collective/Collectible' on the 7th of February 2019 in Mexico City. MASA blurs the line between art and design and exhibits works by contemporary artists, architects, and designers parallel to contextual artworks.
Credenza low sculptural cabinet designed by Atelier Caracas is with a three-center drawer and four symmetric doors. Crafted in baltic birch plywood with different finishes. The knobs and standoffs are made of sandblasted blackened steel. Also available in different finishes.
Slice Me Up Coffee Table reflects Pietro Franceschini's architectural background. Its imposing presence is reflected in its profile, reminiscent of a building's architecture. The soft lines juxtaposes with the precise leveling create an illusion of discs, in various diameters, layered in tops the other, in different heights. This clustering resulted to the tables architectural appeal. Slice Me Up Coffee Table is available in Cedar Wood and in different finishes of plaster. This is Pietro's exploration of the boundaries of realism and pushing the limits of convention to create surreal, thought-provoking pieces in labile dialogue of what is digital and what is real.
Single Slinkie is a rug designed by Patricia Urquiola and hand-knotted in the cc-tapis atelier in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is a design story revolving around color, a succession of chromatic evolutions developed in a composite universe of organic shapes. The rug is made with a cotton weave, Himalayan wool, and pure silk.
TIL console designed by Christophe Delcourt for Delcourt Collection. Demonstrating the global renown of Christophe Delcourt, the TIL console table was exhibited at the Palazzo Farnese, home of the French Embassy in Rome, in 2016. Top in Solid Oak, Legs in Smooth Oak & Saphirblau RAL High-Gloss Lacquer. This piece makes a stunning and chic addition to any home. The finish is different than the actual product finish.
Parabola floor lamp is a reflection based on how the light travels through a solid surface, the beginning and the end, the darkness, the gloom to the dawn, on tension and flexion. The starting points where the brass layer touches base establish the origin for every light element, meaning the number of brass layers indicates each piece's number of light factors.
The JAZ console conveys opulence and luxury with its unique and angular shape, reinforced by the purity of the stone. Delcourt Collection aims and succeeds in offering a master piece with great bravura once again Having designed furniture for the likes of Cartier and Louis Vuitton, as well as the Palazzo Farnese in Rome, Christophe Delcourt is no stranger pieces that convey opulence and luxury. The JAZ console table, in impeccable Grand Antique d’Aubert marble, perfectly showcases this aspect of his work. The unique, angled shape reinforces the quiet splendour and purity of the material, ensuring this table will lend any interior space an air of majesty.
The merging of two cultures and a marriage of craft, Nada Debs and Studio Lél, collaborate to recreate the signature carapace table in an alchemy of colors, symbolic of both worlds. Rooted in the philosophy of her brand to explore different crafts from around the world and find material expressions that speak the language of a place and its people, Nada Debs envisioned a recreation of her signature carapace table using Lél's craft of stone inlay. Materials: Amazonite onyx and marble on metalLimited Edition 1 of 8 (1st Edition, showcasing at Gallery COLLECTIONAL)Accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity Press release: Preview
The CM 8 Console by Niko Koronis is a stunning piece of furniture that combines minimalist design with luxurious materials. This console table is crafted using Rosso Levanto Marble, a type of natural stone known for its rich reddish-brown color and distinctive veining patterns. The powder finish gives the marble a sleek and contemporary look, adding a touch of sophistication to the overall design. Its unique design and high-quality materials make it a standout piece that will add elegance and style to any space. The finish is different than the actual product finish
Founder of materical minimalism. HENRY TIMI transforms natural materials in unique works. He works woods stones metals and fabrics believes in objective beauty recounts the function through emotion.
Since 2012, French artist Justin Morin creates steel and silk sculptures. Its practice refers to major movements in arts history. From minimal art to the light and space current, his work unfolds in a vast game of references.
Jamie Harris is a glass artist and designer living in New York City. A graduate of Brown University, Harris has studied at many of the most renowned glass schools in the country, including Pilchuck Glass School, Rhode Island School of Design, Penl...
Hervé Langlais is both an architect and designer of note. After training at the Normandy School of Architecture, he was for over 15 years the close colleague of international architect Paul Andreu.
PIERRE DE VALCK
Pierre De Valck (1991) born in Brussels, is a Ghent-based designer with a childhood fascination for archeology and collecting historical artefacts. His furniture attempts to harness the power of ancient geological processes in a contemporary bodic...
Born in Bordeaux in 1963, Vincent Poujardieu graduated from the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Bordeaux. He devoted himself to a free-spirited and uncompromising style of design that combines nature with know-how and cutting-edge technology.
Kerstens is a multidisciplinary design studio with a clear vision on architecture, interior- , furniture and product design. The studio was founded by Andy Kerstens in 2015 and is based in Antwerp, Belgium. Andy graduated in 2015 as a Master of Sc...
Atelier Caracas Founded in 2015 by Julio Kowalenko and Rodrigo Armas, Atelier Caracas is a precociously productive studio based in Caracas, Venezuela. Operating as a platform for formal, aesthetic, and cultural investigation spanning architecture,...
EWE Studio was founded in 2017 by Manuel Bañó, Age Salajõe and Héctor Esrawe. EWE is a design studio based in Mexico City, devoted to the preservation and advancement of Mexico’s rich artisan heritage, while embracing new mediums and languages for...
Agglomerati is a London based studio creating distinctive stone furniture. The collections are characterised by geometric silhouettes and well-proportioned plains which lend themselves to the rich, lustrous surfaces of stone. Each piece is made be...
DIRK VAN DER KOOIJ
Dirk Vander Kooij (b. 1983) is a Dutch designer best known for his playful extrusions of reclaimed synthetics. Holding the attitude of a craftsman and an inventor, Dirk marries machine and hand in the fostering of honest material expression. His ...
Niko Koronis is an architect with master degrees in both architecture and product design. In addition, he is also a recipient of a PhD in Architecture from the Architectural Association in London. He has been a Fellow at Central Saint Martin’s in...
Atelier Stefan Leo is Berlin based designer. has been building up a reputation for its unique interior objects. The objects of Atelier Stefan Leo and their designers Stefan Leo and Hans-J. Pahl reflect the love for timeless lines and the playful a...
LAURIDS GALLÉE Laurids Gallée is an Austrian designer based in Rotterdam, Netherlands. From early childhood he was exposed to creative practices, and after briefly studying anthropology, he graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2015. He spent...
Christopher Duffy founded Duffy London in 2002 while working as a part-time furniture buyer after graduating from the University of Brighton with a BA in Product Design. Having grown out of the kitchen some time ago, Chris and the Duffy London tea...
Mark Mitchell is a British designer based in Cheshire. His works range from furniture, lighting, and spaces with a strong sense of curiosity, poetry, and romance.
Marco Guazzini goes at the same pace with an innovative, meticulous, careful to the contemporary life topics, research, yet riof inspirations that come from other ages. After having spent a few years in New York, Guazzini chose to open his atelier...
Michael Anastassiades is a Cypriot-born, London-based designer whose practice encompasses product, spatial interventions, and experimental works, often transcending the distinctions between different fields of creativity. Anastassiades’ practice ...
Fabio Giampietro was born in 1974 in Milan, Italy, where he still lives and works.Through his seminal painting technique of subtracting the color from the canvas, he realizes powerful and intense figurative paintings. Relevant exhibitions have bee...
Paolo Regis born in Vercelli (Italy) in 1979. He studied Photography and Visual Communication at CFP Bauer School in Milano. In London, he was assisting famous photographers such as David Sims, Mert, and Marcus at Big Sky. He worked as a photograp...
Andrés Reisinger (b.1990) is one of the most sought-after digital artists of the 21C. Originally from Argentina, he now creates carefully curated projects in his studio in Barcelona. His instantly-recognisable dream-like imagery have drawn inter...
JAN ERNST Jan Ernst (Born in 1990 in Kroonstad, South Africa) is a multidisciplinary functional designer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Drawing from nature as inspiration, Jan Ernst creates elegant and alluring ceramic designs that delicately b...
Brian Chaaban is a Los Angeles based designer. Introduced to the world of design in 2016, Brian Chaaban, has spent the past few years curating a collection of premium bronze-wares. Pulling inspiration from the natural beauty surrounding his homet...
Sabine Marcelis is a Dutch designer who runs her practice from Rotterdam. Her works can be seen in the field of product design, installations and spaces characterized by a strong focus on materiality—its pure forms and properties.
CORINE VAN VOORBERGEN
Corine van Voorbergen is an intuitive artist. Through her minimalistic round art forms, she focuses on the idea of eternal movement. In her current series ‘Through the Brass Eye of the Beholder, she evokes a certain feeling in the viewer through h...
Manuel Bañó Granell
Manu Bañó was born in valencia, Spain in 1990. After studying industrial design at UCH CEU university in Valencia and a master’s degree in furniture and lighting, he joined Magnus long studio in London and collaborated in projects for central sa...
STEVEN JOHN CLARK
Steven John Clark is a Scottish designer based in Australia. From stonemasonry to embroidery, football and sculpture, for Steven John Clark, it was an unconventional path that eventually led to founding Melbourne-based studio denHolm. The studio i...
Héctor Esrawe was born in 1968 in Mexico City. He graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) in 1992 as an Industrial Designer. From 1997-2001 he was a Design Professor at UIA, after that he became Design Director at CENTRO Study House, w...
Four Seasons Private Residences Dubai at Jumeirah
The Four Seasons Private Residences, Dubai at Jumeriah is a six-storey private residential building. The two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses include one and two-storey configurations, all with floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive terraces that overlook the Dubai Water Canal, blending the boundari...
Located conveniently on the street level of the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC), Orijins, a sleek new coffee shop designed by Dubai-based interior design firm VSHD, takes its inspiration from the beautiful imperfections found in nature. Simplistic in form and rich in texture and materials, the design of ...