Inspired by the Tokonoma reception room alcove, the lamp is itself an item of artistic appreciation and a reference to traditional Japanese architecture.
These designers are outlining the new contours of the French domestic landscape, whilst their creations form a manifesto for the freedom of expression and to take initiative.
A cardboard bedding solution for emergency situations.
The 3d textile has never before been used in the lighting industry.
A breakthrough in sound, wireless computing and design.
A storage cabinet that can be adapted to the owner’s aesthetic criteria.
An ultra stylish piggy bank alternative, perfect for the design addict parent.
A roofless two-seater proves that electric mobility can be fun and sporty… even in the rain!
Giovanni Dionisi’s illustrations vibrate the Mi Milano Prêt-à-Porter Autumn/Winter 2011-2012 exhibition.
The fastest piece of art ever at the TEFAF Maastricht art and antique fair.
A linguistic and conceptual amalgamation of ‘shell’ and ‘shelf’.
A harmonious balance between robustness and lightness.
Inspired by the finger print.
The epitome of intelligent networking of driver, vehicle and the environment in an iconic two-seater roadster characterized by the fusion of interior and exterior surfaces.
Shredded and recycled magazine copies come to life.
These five pieces are upheavals in the pared-down guise of mundane household uses.
A new face for the Metro of the future.
A unique collection of some of the most remarkable fashion illustrations from the 20th and 21st Centuries.
A delicate and abstract origami, a three-dimensional interplay, a synthesis of unfolded wings.
The shape of the piece was generated by allowing treacle to fall from a spoon – the resulting form is then inverted.
For the first time, Nacho Carbonell presents work incorporating light, fifteen pieces edited exclusively by galerie BSL.
The Dino collection is very architectural and works on the level and colour differences.
The new sculpture proves once again that ‘Mercedes-Benz design is art.’
‘An unexpected surprise occurs when you look into the lamp, and find that by looking through the triangle in the middle, you can see history mirrored indefinitely.’
A unique tap that combines the themes of health and design.
A spoon that is fun to look at when it not in use.
A hybrid between a desk and a conference table.
Its twisted legs let you wonder about material thickness and perspective distortion.
Dutch designer Mieke Meijer took her inspiration from the industrial archaeology of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s photographs, to give them a new lease of life in a new context.
Béatrix Li-Chin LOOS presents unique pieces created exclusively for Galerie Gosserez.
Omri BARZEEV presents a unique piece created exclusively for Galerie Gosserez.
Lily Lamp is inspired by the Victoria water lily in the Botanical garden in Oslo.