LN Stool

by Wendy Andreu France

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 30x45x45
Open Editions Material : Indian ink, paint, Pine wood
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“LN Stools”, 2020
Pine plywood, paint, Indian ink.
Commissioned by David Apheceix for the Roger-Viollet gallery

These stools are especially made for the renewed photography agency Roger-Viollet located in Paris. They have been commissioned by architect David Apheceix and their shape matches the architectural volumes of the space and the peculiar history of the place. The Roger-Viollet agency owns a photography archive of 6 millions images. The watery aspect of the stools mimics the photography revealing baths and the pattern of the historical boxes containing the pictures. The graphical stools create a contrast with the grey monochromatic environment.

Each piece is one of a kind.

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Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 50 × 50 × 50 cm
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About the designer

Graduated Cum Laude from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2016, Wendy Andreu is a craft designer who aims to communicate through the materials she is using. By experimenting with them, she finds surprising outcomes that can be translated into functional design proposals. She is able to execute any idea that comes to her mind in order to check the potential of it. She likes to think of the bridges between matter, people and space in an open way. In her research, the context has as much importance as the concept, without forgetting the quality of the making and the aesthetic of the pieces. She works from her atelier in the 19th arrondissement of Paris where she develops personal experimental projects as well as commissioned works for public and private clients.

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