nicolas le moigne: 'materia' exhibition at the nextlevel galerie, paris
 
nicolas le moigne: 'materia' exhibition at the nextlevel galerie, paris nicolas le moigne: 'materia' exhibition at the nextlevel galerie, paris
jul 02, 2009

nicolas le moigne: 'materia' exhibition at the nextlevel galerie, paris

materia series by nicolas le moigne image: tonatiuh ambrosetti & daniela droz courtesy nextlevel galeriefrench designer nicolas le moigne is currently exhibiting at the nextlevel galerie in paris. his first solo show entitled ‘materia’ features objects devoted to the combination of art and handcraft, highly refined objects using materials such as wood, glass, clay and steel. the exhibition will be on view until 25th july, 09.

nicolas le moigne was the winner of designboom’s RE-think + RE-cycle competition in 2005.

‘narcis’ tray, 2009, birch plywood, mirror steel, velvet edition of 12 + 1 AP image: tonatiuh ambrosetti & daniela droz, courtesy nextlevel galerie

detail of ‘narcis’ tray, 2009, birch plywood, mirror steel, velvet edition of 12 + 1 AP courtesy nextlevel galerie

‘gaïa’ plate, 2009, enamelled clay edition of 24 image: tonatiuh ambrosetti & daniela droz courtesy nextlevel galerie

‘flore #2’ vase, 2009, blown glass, enamelled ceramic, cork edition of 12 + 1 AP image: tonatiuh ambrosetti & daniela droz courtesy nextlevel galerie

detail of ‘flore #2’ vase, 2009, blown glass, enamelled ceramic, cork edition of 12 + 1 AP image: tonatiuh ambrosetti & daniela droz courtesy nextlevel galerie

detail of ‘flore #1’ vase, 2009, blown glass, enamelled ceramic, cork edition of 12 + 1 AP image: tonatiuh ambrosetti & daniela droz courtesy nextlevel galerie

detail of ‘vesta #3’ table, birch wood, thermolacquered aluminium edition of 8 + 2 AP courtesy nextlevel galerie

view of the exhibtion courtesy nextlevel galerie

nicolas le moigne was born in 1979 in fontainebleau, france. he lives and works in lausanne, switzerland.

  • the solitude of post-design studies at ECAL… A slight (involuntary) reminescence of Nazi flakturn towers for the smaller tables, but God this work is dull.
    Designers, take up arms!

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