Saturday, April 13, 2013

Danish Chromatism at the Triennale Design Museum

DANISH CHROMATISM is a project by Signe Byrdal Terenziani, designed by GamFratesi. The exhibition introduces a selection of traditional and contemporary design from 30 Danish companies through a chromatic interpretation.
The work of artist Josef Albers has inspired the concept. Albers explored the discrepancy between how colors look when seen one at the time and how they appear in different combinations.

Participating Companies: &tradition, Carl Hansen & Søn, Ege, Fabula Living, Fredericia Furniture, Fritz Hansen, Gubi, Herskind - Herskind, Holmegaard, Karakter, Kay Bojesen, Kvadrat, LEGO, Libratone, Louis Poulsen, Lyngby Porcelæn, MA/U Studio, Made a Mano, Montana, Paustian, Peter Klint, Rosendahl, Royal Copenhagen, Skagerak, Stelton, Tom Rossau, TROLLBEADS, Wiinberg, With a View , 8000c

Carl Hansen & Son - Wishbone Chair

 Beside the main room - Salone d'Onore Design Museum -  on the beautiful terrace overlooking the Parco Sempione, W.A.V. (With A View) presented its new collection of outdoor designs.

W.A.V. (With A View) -

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