Cabinet by Studio Job : Chartres

carpenters-workshop-chartres-studio-job-designboom-01carpenters-workshop-chartres-studio-job-designboom-02 carpenters-workshop-chartres-studio-job-designboom-03The doors of ‘Chartres’ open to reveal the equally sculpted interior.

As portas do “Chartres” abrem-se para montrando o interior igualmente esculpido.

carpenters-workshop-chartres-studio-job-designboom-04 carpenters-workshop-chartres-studio-job-designboom-05 g1‘Chartres’, 2009-2012
polished and patinated bronze, 24K gold leaf
H170 x L155 x W102 cm / H66.9 x L61 x W40.2 inches
limited edition of 5+2 AP

Carpenters Workshop Gallery, based in Paris and London, is known for promoting unique and limited-edition objects by a roster of contemporary design talent: these ‘functional sculptures’, as it terms them, are highly appealing to art collectors and interior designers alike. Meanwhile, founded in Paris in 1968 by Bernard Steinitz and now run by his son Benjamin, sells rare and beautiful antiquities from 77 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. In 2013 these seemingly disparate galleries came together at international design show Design Miami Basel, creating a space that seemed to elevate the aesthetic wonder of the other: Steinitz’s sumptuous 17th– and 18th-century furniture mingled with Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s highly idiosyncratic, provocative pieces.

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“Carpenters Workshop Gallery”, localizado em Paris e Londres, é conhecido por promover peças exclusivas e edições limitadas de uma lista de talentos de design contemporâneo: estas esculturas funcionais, como eles chamam, são bastante apelativas para os coleccionadores de arte e também designers de interiores. Entretanto, fudado em Paris em 1968 por Bernard Steinitz e agora gerido pelo seu filho Benjamin, vende raras e lindas antiguidades da “77 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré”. Em 2013 estas galerias aparentemente díspares juntaram-se na mostra internacional de design, a “Design Miani Basel”, criando um espaço que parecia elevar a maravilha estética da outra: “sumptuosa Steinitz’s 17ª– e 18ª– mistura de mobiliário do século com os “Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s” altamente idiossincráticas, peças provocantes.

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