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Carpenters Workshop at Design Miami/ Basel

By Allison Merchant

June 16, 2016

The future is here with the Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s presentation at this week’s Design Miami/ Basel. The London originated gallery joins other design talents in Basel, Switzerland June 14-19 to unveil a glimpse of bold design works from their artistic roster.

Entering the gallery’s booth, one is pulled toward Mathieu Lehanneur’s lighting sculpture hanging above, Les Cordes. It serves as a continuation to Château Borély’s commissioned series at Marseille’s Decorative Arts Museum and a prelude to the Lehanneur’s solo exhibit “Srping.”

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Also on view is work by Italian artists Vincenzo De Cotiis and Giacamo Ravagli. De Cotiis recycles luxury materials and creates masterful designs like the three-legged console constructed out of silver and brass plates. A high-grade Levanto marble illuminates from the Barometro lamp, shining light on Ravagli’s geometric style.

In addition, the gallery is showing Cocoon, a table from the Spanish designer Nacho Carbonell, Carapace Cupboard with Bar by Maarten Baas, a bronze bureau table by Australian designer Charles Trevelyan, and vibrancy from Vincent Dubourg’s Bhanga Bronze contrasts the smoothed texture of Temptation by Wendell Castle.

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Carpenters Workshop GalleryCharles TrevelyanChâteau BorélyDesign Miami/ BaselGiacamo RavagliMaarten BaasMarseille’s Decorative Arts MuseumMathieu LehanneurNacho CarbonellVincent DubourgVincenzo De CotiisWendell Castle

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