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may 03, 2015

dante goods and bads create scenes from the prairie furniture

dante goods and bads create scenes from the prairie furniture

 

 

 

brand new world brings forth international studios who epitomize the approach ‘designers – makers – entrepreneurs’ — rethinking the traditional business and creative model. produced by vesna and jovan jelovac, the on-going exhibition travelled to milan design week 2015, where it highlighted innovative projects from the likes of buro belen, reinier bosch and carolina wilcke, studio drift, tom strala, studio appétit, adrien rovero and ilan garibi for gal gaon collection within the showroom of fashion house DUŠAN.

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‘whenevermore’ convertible chair-table by jakub zak in its table stance

 

 

 

included in ‘design 2.0’ milano 2015 edition of brand new world, powered by LAUFEN, was an extensive overview of the furniture series ‘scenes from the prairie’ by dante goods and bads. the german collective creates objects, products, and special editions that express associative qualities, aversions,emotions, habits, memories, tastes, the good, the bad, and never the ugly. 

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‘whenevermore’ convertible chair-table by jakub zak
scenes from the prairie collection
frame and base in powder coated aluminium/white
D110 H42/170 cm

 

 

 

‘scenes from the prairie’ draws on traditional furniture, the bucolic and folkloristic. the furniture speaks of forgotten typologies which are still found in rural environments — updated to create a dialog of cultural idiosyncrasies, or to contrast them. the series draw from patterns and objects of traditional craft, such as shaker furniture and quilting, which have been interpreted in a contemporary way, resulting in a robust and waterproof family pieces that are assembled by hand.

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‘bavaresk’ dining chair by christophe de la fontaine
scenes from the prairie collection
beech wood lacquered in white/black/bordeaux/yellow or stained
50 x 45 x 47/93 cm

 

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‘bavaresk’ dining chair by christophe de la fontaine in bordeaux

 

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‘bavaresk’ low chair by christophe de la fontaine
scenes from the prairie collection
beech wood lacquered in white/black/bordeaux/yellow or stained
62 x 54 x 38/77 cm

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3/4 view ‘bavaresk’ low chair by christophe de la fontaine

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back view of the ‘bavaresk’ low chair by christophe de la fontaine

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‘bavaresk’ table by christophe de la fontaine
scenes from the prairie collection
table top in marble/granite of various colors; base in beech, lacquered in white/black/bordeaux/yellow or stained.
dimensions d 90/110/130 h 72 cm.

 

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‘come as you are’ bar cart by christophe de la fontaine
scenes from the prairie collection
80 x 34 x 80 cm
powder-coated steel in black/white and bordeaux, with tempered glass panels

 

 

‘come as you are’ is a simple modest bar cart with reference to classic serving trolleys. by reducing its components to their essence, the three-dimensional outer railing acts to envelope and unite the two overlapping serving surfaces to overcome the austerity of this archetype.

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‘come as you are’ by christophe de la fontaine

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‘el santo fuori’ armchair and footrest by christophe de la fontaine
scenes from the prairie collection
frame in powder-coated steel in black/white; seat in various canvas colors
armchair: 80 x 60 x 80cm; footrest: 60 x 35 x 45cm

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‘el santo fuori’ armchair and footrest by christophe de la fontaine

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‘nightingale’ lantern by christophe de la fontaine 
produced in cooperation with rosenthal
scenes from the prairie collection
porcelain, with leather belt in dark brown/bordeaux/tan, Gx53 LED
small: H34 x 12 cm; large: H 47 x 15 cm

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‘nightingale’ lantern by christophe de la fontaine 

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‘el santo fuori’ armchair and footrest by christophe de la fontaine
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‘bavaresk table’ by christophe de la fontaine
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‘nightingale’ lantern by christophe de la fontaine on show at the brand new world exhibition
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