ronan and erwan bouroullec are brothers and designers bonded by diligence, and challenged by their distinct personalities. based in paris, they got their break in 1997 when cappellini gave them their first industrial design project. since then they have gone on to work with top international brands including: artek, alessi, AXOR hansgrohe, flos, hay, issey miyake, kettal, kvadrat, kartell, ligne roset, samsung and vitra. their work is part of the permanent collections of cultural institutions such as the musée des arts décoratifs in paris, the museum of modern art in new york, and the design museum in london.

ronan and erwan bouroullec (71 articles)

ronan and erwan bouroullec are brothers and designers bonded by diligence, and challenged by their distinct personalities. based in paris, they got their break in 1997 when cappellini gave them their first industrial design project. since then they have gone on to work with top international brands including: artek, alessi, AXOR hansgrohe, flos, hay, issey miyake, kettal, kvadrat, kartell, ligne roset, samsung and vitra. their work is part of the permanent collections of cultural institutions such as the musée des arts décoratifs in paris, the museum of modern art in new york, and the design museum in london.

sep 02, 2016

bouroullec brothers and vitra present the nuage cloud vase at maison et objet

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reminiscent of a stylized drawing of a cloud, the vessel is divided into eight individual tubes that allows »

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jun 20, 2016

bouroullec brothers pay tribute to zaha hadid with installation inside the vitra fire station

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set inside zaha hadid's first realized scheme, the installation features 120 flower-filled vases set inside »

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apr 15, 2016

ronan + erwan bouroullec poured and blown glass nesting tables for glas italia

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the furniture pieces are characterized by a low sitting square table top made from extremely thick poured »

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apr 07, 2016

ronan & erwan bouroullec simultaneously host four exhibitions in rennes, france

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each exhibition focuses on a different aspect of the french design duo’s practice, looking at their »

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