arik levy at vienna design week 09
 
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oct 08, 2009

arik levy at vienna design week 09

‘chaton superstructures’ by arik levy on display in the courtyard of liechtenstein museum image © designboom

tel aviv born paris based designer arik levy is currently displaying his ‘chaton superstructures’ installation in front of the liechtenstein museum as part of vienna design week 09. comprising of huge 3d sculptures, the piece explores the relationship between architecture, space and object. the installation was developed for swarovski crystal palace, first shown in milan and toys with the structure of the crystal cut that is typical of swarovski.

arik levy at vienna design week 09 ‘chaton superstructures’ on display in the courtyard of liechtenstein museum image © designboom

arik levy at vienna design week 09 image © designboom

arik levy at vienna design week 09 image © designboom

arik levy at vienna design week 09 arik levy with his ‘chaton superstructures’ designed for swarovski crystal palace image © designboomarik levy at vienna design week 09 arik levy portrait © designboom

  • with all the respect for Levy, this one is lame.

    Bear says:
  • mah…….levy is too mediocre

    maciste says:

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