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Object of the Week – HISTORY OF DESIGN AND CURATORIAL STUDIES
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  • Object of the Week : 100% Make-Up Vase

    Shiro Kuramata, 100% Make-Up Vase, 1990, designed for the 100% Make Up project by Alessandro Mendini for Alessi. Beginning in 1990, Alessandro Mendini spear headed a project in collaboration with Alessi called…

  • Object of the week: La Bomba

    Helen von Boch, La Bomba, for Villeroy & Boch, c.1975, 45 cm, melamine. PICNIC BASKETS NOT BOMBS! How Helen von Boch’s La Bomba reveals the Nature, Nomadism, and Violence of the 1970s…

  • Object of the Week : Vase (diptyque : Tokyo – Kimono)

    Betty Woodman, Vase (diptyque : Tokyo – Kimono), glazed terracotta, produced by The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 1990 In light of the recent death of Betty Woodman, two vases housed in…

  • Object of the Week: Clarice

    Niki de Saint-Phalle, Clarice (armchair), 1981-1982, painted polyester resin. Niki De Saint Phalle, An Artist, A Designer, A Woman, Or All? In the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, where different decorative objects,…

  • Object of the Week: Ron Arad, Pappardelle Chair, 1992

    Ron Arad, Pappardelle Chair, 1992, One-Off Ltd. Edition, woven stainless steel. This is not a chair : the designer star of bad design Designer and the Chair             …

  • Object of the Week: Robin Day, Polyprop Chair, 1962-63

    Robin Day, Polyprop Chair, 1962 – 1963, Injection Moulding Polypropylene, Steel Chrome Tube. From non-chair to chair: the Strange Case of the Polyprop Chair Your eyes, first of all, will look for…