Posts tagged as 'Mathieu Lehanneur'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.12.2016 - Tagged as: Mathieu Lehanneur
Photographer: Michel Giesbrecht
“Standing on the landing of the monumental Mollien double staircase built in stone and bronze, with a labyrinth of the finest art galleries in the world stretching ahead of you; the most spectacular, never-ending view over the Tuileries Gardens at your back, and the haunting soul of the nearby Mona Lisa floating through the air… what more could you ask for? “ Mathieu Lehanneur.
Audemars-Piguet lounge concept by Mathieu Lehanneur, photo: Felipe Ribon
A lounge concept for Swiss watch brand Audemars Piguet by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur scans the the Joux Valley, the brand’s historical birthplace, to replicate its mineral DNA suspended in the air.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.03.2013 - Tagged as: Mathieu Lehanneur, Paris
‘Electric’ by Mathieu Lehanneur for Viparis, photo: Felipe Ribon
A canopy of sound and light suspended from electrical braids emerging from a monumental pitch black tree is but one of the design highlights of Electric, a new day and night venue in Paris whose interior was created by Mathieu Lehanneur in collaboration with the architect, Ana Moussinet.
‘Strates’ desk by Mathieu Lehanneur for Objekten
‘Strates’ is the latest interlocking desk and storage collection realised by the Parisian designer Mathieu Lehanneur for the Brussels-based furniture brand Objekten. Composed of multiple layers of plywood elements, the series is manufactured in Belgium and it can be viewed from tomorrow on (7 September) as part of an installation at Blank, 9 rue de la Régence, Brussels.
Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 19.05.2011 - Tagged as: church, France, Mathieu Lehanneur
Eglise St Hilaire by Mathieu Lehanneur; photo by Felipe Ribon
Parisian architect and designer Mathieu Lehanneur has completed the conversion of the choir at St Hilaire Church in the city of Melle located in Poitou-Charentes region in western France. The organic, layered white marble design reminiscent of a stratigraphic form takes its cue from the sedimentary formation and references the church’s location on the slope of the Beronne valley. (more…)
El Ultimo Grito refelcts on “How contemporary culture incorporates, re-uses and re-interprets the systems and structures that it has inherited”, 'Peckham Shield', 2010
The well-known internationally active design author and critic Sophie Lovell curated the next group exhibition ‘Freak Show’ at the Berlin design gallery HELMRINDERKNECHT featuring objects by designers such as El Ultimo Grito, Martí Guixé, Kueng Caputo and others – all “freaks” that are confronting us with our deadlocked expectations of design. The showcased objects reflect the designers thoughts and doubts about social, theoretical and methodical norms.