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The designer brand of the Hansgrohe company is launching its highly anticipated collection with Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in North America. The dynamic design team from Paris has taken their talent to the bath and is making it personal. Their collaboration is a permanent dialogue enhanced by their distinct personalities and a shared belief in personal balance, form and function and design excellence. Read More…
We are pleased to share images of the new edition of Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec‘s exhibition album that is currently presented at the Vitra Design Museum Gallery in Weil am Rhein. For the first time, album features formal studies, freehand drawings and sketches that are originals.
We have always been captivated by the traditional Persian rug, especially by the very old kilim savoir-faire which we see as a delicate mix of rusticity and fineness. We have been lucky to see this project carried through by the craftsmen of Northern Pakistan who managed to skillfully combine thirteen colors through the geometrical rhombus shape.As well as being crafted by hand, the Afghan wool is also spun by hand, which allows for some unique color tones to be highlighted. This subtly random technique makes each lozenge slightly different and each rug, a unique piece.
French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have designed for textile manufacturers Kvadrat a modular room-dividing system.
It consists of textile pieces held together with elastic bands to make free-standing or hanging structures, which can be used to divide space and absorb sound. The project is a continuation of North Tiles, designed in 2006 by the Bouroullec brothers for Kvadrat’s Stockholm showroom.
With the vision and an old dream of a different way of living nearby the sea, Staffan Strindberg and Thorbjörn Svensson started to work together with the floating villa project. The villa, named Villa Näckros, is now a reality and can be seen in Kalmar, Sweden. The Villa Näckros offers the special conditions and qualities living nearby the see. It is designed to give an interesting and exciting way of living, close to, and even “on”, water!
Those talented Bourellec Brothers (Ronan and Erwan) teamed up with Swarovski to create the “Stone Light” for the 2007 design expo in France.
The Floating House designed by the architects Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Jean-Marie Finot and Denis Daversin is a studio for resident artists and authors invited by the Cneai, national contemporary art center for publication. This project was initiated in 2002 by a public commission and finished in 2006.
Panier is the first object to be designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Kartell. It is a container which can be closed on one side with a trasparent lid in polycarbonate and it can easily be used as a table or as a magazine rack. It is made of transparent polycarbonate and is available in a variety of colors. It’s a practical and eclectic object with an attractive and playful appearance.
Algue is a multi-faceted screen system that provide consumers with endless creative possibilities. By joining individual, branch-like plastic modules together, Algues’ form allows for multiple uses, degrees of transparency and a myriad of shapes and sizes. Despite being industrialized modules, Algues allow for countless individual solutions.
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