contorted furniture by suzy lelièvre
oct 24, 2012
contorted furniture by suzy lelièvre


‘tables choquées’ by suzy lelièvre
image © veronique huyghe, ENSCI

 


french creative suzy lelièvre continues to expand her series of ‘distorted’  objects – each one challenging the idea of conventional
furniture to blur the lines between art and design. each piece is characterized by a unique manipulation of the given form,
from a wrinkling of wood by a sculpted impact to a coffee table appearing to perform a backflip – the pieces are infused with an almost cheeky wit.
lelièvre often derives his concepts – particularly the wooden works – from experimenting with a twisted sheet of paper,
often producing an outcome teeming with personality.


‘tables choquées’, 2011 detail
image © veronique huyghe, ENSCI

 

 


‘tables choquées’ detail, 2011
image © veronique huyghe, ENSCI

 

 


‘contorsion, deux tables’, 2009

 


‘contorsion 45°’, 2012

 

 


‘contorsion 20°’, 2012

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