The duty of translating a masterful portray into three-dimensional objects is not any imply feat Guillaume Delvigne can most likely let you know. Made for Matisse homethe French designer redesigned Henri Matisse’s portray from 1950 “The Thousand and One Nights” in a group of the identical title for immediately’s workspaces. These are the model’s first workplace equipment and they’re practical, versatile and expressive. Les Mille et Une Nuits, the gathering, debuted in Paris at Maison & Objet, January 18-23, 2023.
“It was actually necessary to me that the outcomes weren’t inflexible, as a result of that would not have been in Matisse’s thoughts, and to as a substitute create motion and make the gathering dynamic,” says Delvigne.
He borrowed the essence of Matisse’s portray, particularly the unique scissor-shaped shapes and daring areas of colour, to design the workplace assortment. Stools, trays, cabinets and extra rapidly took form utilizing blocks of cork, a really sturdy materials. Actual 3D objects from the artist’s papercuts!
For extra info on the Arabian Nights assortment, go to maison-matisse.com.