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Available at the gallery StudioTwentySeven

Veneer wood and brass. Limited edition 12 pieces per model.
Luxury Home retail display pieces.

Numbered pieces, custom available.

Large-scale pieces, such as modules or micro architectures recomposing the interior space.A volumetric excess contrasting with simple geometric shapes - homage to the Brutalist and Modern movements - and a sobriety of materials.
The XPO (or Expo) collection calls for displaying pieces of art, precious objects or curiosities in its numerous display spaces and niches present on each module.A furniture set, sufficient in itself, like retail furniture presenting bags and shoes or like a decoration kit to display in an abandoned factory or a hangar, revealing trinkets,books, exotic or domestic curiosities.
A daybed, like an island that one could imagine sitting in the middle of John Fredersen's office in a brutalist Metropolis.
An occasional chair, almost anecdotal at the edge of a display side table with bunker accents.
A floor lamp highlighting an object, if not precious, adored.
A covered bench, splitting the space with its height, offering a cosy rest.
An island Buffet like a boat dividing a room and its side seat.A screen compartmentalizing a room, warming it with its brass wall lights and filtering the light through an orange hand blown glass tab.
A coffee table like a fitting platform, in front of the monumental mirror of the dressing room of a tailor-made boutique.
Pieces in light wood - brushed and veneered on a wooden frame - highlighted with naturaly oxidizing brass plates,creating counter-reflections of light in the cavities of the wood and on the ground. Cast brass wall lamps, helping to warm up the space.

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