The sisters, Karine and Virginie Glustin started Galerie Glustin manly focusing on exclusive pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, and later expanded into 20th-century furniture, and the most recent…
When genuine know-how is applied to finding novel new uses for materials, it can create unexpected and spectacular results in a project, making it quite simply exceptional. When it comes to using creativity to break the mould, imagination is the only limit. A novel twist of materials at Maison et Objet 2016 is the challenge we present you today…
Traditionally ceramic is often used for tableware or glazed tiles, however in the hands of an expert such as Linck Ceramics, a Swiss manufacturer founded more than 80 years ago, this noble material can lend itself to some spectacular and original new uses in the framework of architectural projects. Design boundaries are once again pushed forward with the new ways of think traditional materials as ceramic.
The unexpected is also to be found in more humble materials.
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A simple piece of wire, distanced from its purely functional usage, can come alive with emotion such as here in the hands of the artist Anne Golicz Cottet, who transforms it into ethereal and poetic works of art.
These unique pieces will be at home in any tasteful project for the hotel or retail industries.
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