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« Lock » Tamawa Coat stand by Sylvain Willenz

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‘Lock’ coat stand by Sylvain Willenz (2010)

In a similar way Sylvain Willenz used rubber to hold bamboo lengths together for “Dr B”, a seat collection in from 2002, “Lock” cleverly used a Bakelite sphere as a structural tie to pull together three rods of ash, casting them into space to compose a one-minute permanent and functional sculpture.

Bakelite is back with young Belgian producer Tamawa showing at the Maison & Objet fair with two new pieces: ‘Lock’ coat stand designed by Sylvain Willenz and ‘Nevroz’, a project by French artist Yann Lestrat – an unidentifiable squared circle object typically Surrealist in a Belgian manner. Both pieces expand the use of Bakelite into the home, around the ongoing success of Tamawa’s accessories and jewellery collection – on display at Maison & Objet / Now ! Hall 7 Stand J2 from 22nd to 26th January 2010

One Response to “« Lock » Tamawa Coat stand by Sylvain Willenz”

  1. coat stand dit :

    simple and useful coat stand. wonderful!

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