December 2021

Posts tagged as 'Jerszy Seymour'

'Objets mélancoliques' bronze objects by Frederic Dedelley, each of the objects has been produced by a limited edition of 6 plus 2 artist's proofs

Today sees the opening of an excellently-curated exhibition showcasing works of Swiss and international designers at a temporary exhibition- and work-space area in Zurich.



Fri 8.7.

‘Flux’ chair by Jerszy Seymour for Magis (IT)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 08.07.2011 - Tagged as: , ,

'Flux' chair by Jerszy Seymour for Magis (IT)

Resembling a squiggly crayon drawing and described as ‘liberating itself from the modernist grid’, Flux is the latest chair designed earlier this year by the Berlin-based Canadian designer Jerszy Seymour. Manufactured by Magis, Flux is created from two metal wires which are ‘treated as an axis with unlimited directions representing unlimited life possibility’ and the design is available in three vibrant primary colours. (more…)

Thu 21.4.

Milan 2011: ‘Amateur Masters’ by Jerszy Seymour for NgispeN (NL)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 21.04.2011 - Tagged as: , ,

Jerszy Seymour's 'Amateur Masters' series stemmed from a number of exhibitions in which he surveyed the idea of an 'amateur' society

Handmade and moulded from wax – one would be forgiven for thinking that the object in question is a collection of upmarket candles. However, it is not. The designs in question are an armchair and a chair from Jerszy Seymour’s ‘Amateur Masters’ series, unveiled as part of NgispeN’s collection at the Zona Tortona’s Superstudio during this year’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile.


'In Loving Memory the Lamborghini Countach'

'In Loving Memory – the Lamborghini Countach'

On the occasion of the DMY Festival in Berlin, the Appel Design Gallery opened two rather different exhibitions. With ‘In Loving Memory the Lamborghini Countach’ the Swiss designer Martin Meier expresses his love to the ‘goddess of all super cars’. Martin applied the design language of the Lamborghini Countach to other design classics – pure styling on almost pure function.

'Panettone' the Lamborghini version of the Panton Chair

'Panettone' the Lamborghini version of the Panton Chair

The second exhibition ‘Conceptual Substance’ showcases 9 international designers, all based in Berlin – what they have in common is that they are all doubters, questioners, storytellers and rebels – designers who are trying to relieve themselves from the usual menchanism of industrial design and who are searching for alternatives to what ‘Design’ is today.

Among others there are pieces of Jerszy Seymour, El Ultimo Grito, Bless, osko+deichmann and Judith Seng.

Until 27th June, Appel Design Gallery, Torstrasse 114, 10119 Berlin

Table made of one single metal sheet by Ronen Kadushin

Table made of one single metal sheet by Ronen Kadushin

'Scumlight' by Jerszy Seymour

'Scumlight' by Jerszy Seymour

to the Appel Design Gallery website

more products by Martin Meier @ Architonic

For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Double-exhibition at the Appel Design Gallery, Berlin