My first reaction, while standing in front of the Linen-Cupboard-House by Jurgen Bey, in a room filled with forest sounds was “Did someone get in the world in my head to steal the furniture?”. I am not a furniture designer, or a designer full stop, but when I dream about furniture, this is what it looks like.
Linen-Cupboard-House by Jurgen Bey
Bathboat by Wieki Somers
‘Fig Leaf’ wardrobe by Tord Boontje
Pixelated Chair by Jurgen Bey, ‘Lathe Chair VIII’ by Sebastian Brajkovic, ‘George III’ chest of drawers by Gareth Neal & ‘Venus and Mars’ chair and mirror by Boym Partners
‘The Pyramids of Makkum’ tulip vase by Studio Job
It is divided into three parts: the Forest Glade presents work inspired by fairytales, myths and nature, the Enchanted Castle displays objects usually associated with wealth and status that have been subverted, and the last section explores themes of mortality.
‘The Lovers’ rug by Fredrikson Stallard
“Do you hear what I hear?” by Kelly McCallum & Perished Bench by Studio Job