basalt Fredrikson Stallard

Much of Fredrikson Stallard’s work is about fragmentation and deconstruction. There are many similarities between studying the beauty of the resulting forms, when deconstructing an object and the veneration of objects, or pieces of objects, of great antiquity that have been fragmented by time. It has always seemed logical for Fredrikson Stallard, therefore, when creating furniture from objects whose identity of the whole piece, setting equally high expectations for every element of the work.

characteristics

Structure in drawn steel with polished gold finish. Top in lightened concrete with wax finish late-gray color.

dimensions

W. 55 D. 45 H. 47

W. 55 D. 45 H. 47

Structure in drawn steel with polished gold finish. Top in lightened concrete with wax finish late-gray color.

Fredrikson Stallard
Fredrikson Stallard

Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard began their collaboration in 1995 and have since become internationally recognized as leading exponents of British avant-garde design. They are well known for their ability to translate their creativity into simple yet emotionally engaging furniture and product design. Their work has been acquired by the French National Art Collection and the Victoria and Albert Museum, and shown at the Design Museum in London, MOMA and the Museum of Art and Design in New York. Their clients include some of the leading names in contemporary design. Fredrikson Stallard has exhibited widely including in London, Milan, Paris, Madrid, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Basel and Miami. Fredrikson Stallard has been the recipient of some of the most prestigious design awards, including the Red Dot Design Award and The Arts Foundation Furniture Design Fellowship, a competition held only every 10 years. The work of Fredrikson Stallard was also voted in the top ten designs of the last decade by The Financial Times, and in the top 3 most collectible designs by HSBC Private Bank.