“Xai” — inspired by Salvador Dalí

by Oscar Tusquets Blanca

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Based on Salvador Dalí’s 1942 painting, “Interpretation Project for a stable library,” Barcelona designer Oscar Tusquets Blanca and BD Barcelona Design Studio have conceived this surreal yet stunning lamb-table, one of 21 limited editions. Covered in sheepskin by Parisian taxidermist Deyrolle, with whom Dalí maintained an strong relationship during his life, “Xai” has a functional little drawer and a set of “shoes” in bronze.


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