Design at Large
Made In Situ/ A project founded in 2019 by the multidisciplinary French designer, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, Made in Situ currently includes five distinct collections. Through this project, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance practices renewed and conscious design, directly referencing the materials. It evokes the infinite gestures that shape our environment. Here, we present works from the Burnt Cork and Azulejos-Memory Islands collections.
About Demisch Danant
Expertise/ Postwar and Contemporary French Design
Demisch Danant specializes in twentieth-century French design with an emphasis on the late 1950s through the 1970s, and represents the work of Maria Pergay, Pierre Paulin, Jacques Dumond, Joseph-André Motte, Pierre Guariche, Michel Boyer, Antoine Philippon & Jacqueline Lecoq and René-Jean Caillette. Curated exhibitions on historical work are presented within environments that reference the architecture and interiors of the era. The gallery also features exhibitions exploring the intersection of architecture, design and art, including the work of Sheila Hicks, Eugène Leroy, and César; as well as contemporary designers such as Jos Devriendt and Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance.
César Tallon & Roger Tallon
Antoine Philippon, Jacqueline Lecoq
Jean-Paul Barray & Kim Moltzer