Up Next: PAD London 2017
October 1, 2017 - table lamp
This year a PAD London is hosting 68 art galleries —12 among them newcomers— during Berkeley Square. The fair, now on a 11th edition, has determined a repute for a intriguing brew of a contemporary and a ancestral –in all sizes. Here are a favourites among a stands.
Galerie Kreo is presenting Hella Jongerius’ limited-edition DragonFly coffee table, done of phony potion and timber —there’s something about it that competence make we wish to pet it. Hint: it’s a legs.
Speaking of engaging list limbs, French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec are presenting their new Y-122, a Y-legged metal, leather and black ash table.
UM PAÍS TROPICAL
Belgium’s Galerie Le Beau is hosting an muster focused on Mid-century Brazilian furniture, with Scandi-inspired pieces from a likes of Joaquim Tenreiro, Carlos Millan and Jorge Zalszupin.
And how about pieces that come from tangible Scandinavia? Modernity is presenting equipment by Finn Juhl, Ib Kofod-Larsen and Poul Henningsen.
DIMORE THE MERRIER
The buzzy Italian-American designers of Dimore are showcasing their work during PAD for a initial time, with a arrangement of lighting pieces in a pink-hued stand. Their lamps will be assimilated by modernist works from Pierre Guariche, Angelo Lelli and Ico Parisi.
While we’re on a theme of lamps, do revisit visitor Alexandre Biaggi’s display, that includes a sculptural flare designed by Alberto Giacometti.
A MARBLE OF DANCE
Here’s a good backstory: a Fonteyn chair, a new square by London twin Brooksbank Collins on arrangement during FUMI, was desirous by a attribute between dancers Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev —one is represented by verde Guatemala marble and a other by a chair’s burr ash veneer.
And now, on to a tiny wonders of a fair: from a antique pieces by French engineer Suzanne Belperron during Siegelson to a collection by Claude Lalanne, Gavin Turk and Ron Arada during Louisa Guinness’ stand, there’s a far-reaching array of equipment to see in a collectible trinket category.
Visit a PAD London Restaurant to see a oppulance fabrics and wall coverings by Maison Pierre Frey. While French, a house’s designs are desirous by many tellurian destinations.
PAD London is open during Berkeley Square from Oct 2-8. For a finish exhibitor list, visit their website.