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现代家居设计-年轻一代乐观的工业化和现代设计理念

2012-12-05 13:05 唯美物语 工业,家具,现代,

现代家居设计-年轻一代乐观的工业化和现代设计理念现代家居设计-年轻一代乐观的工业化和现代设计理念现代家居设计-年轻一代乐观的工业化和现代设计理念

现代家居设计-年轻一代乐观的工业化和现代设计理念

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The first American exhibition devoted exclusively to the work of one of the most influential and innovative figures of post-war French design. Featuring rare examples presented in historical living environments, the exhibition encompasses thirty unique pieces–many of which have never before been shown publicly–bringing to light the remarkable works of an oft-overlooked Modernist.

Born in France in 1925, Motte was part of a younger generation of post-war designers dedicated to an optimistic vision of industrialization and modern design’s ability to improve the lives of the masses. Following the reconstruction period, this group of designers embraced mass production as well as newer, affordable industrial materials as a means of realizing radically inventive forms.

A stolid devotion to contemporary forms, expressed using both traditional and newly invented industrial materials, established Joseph André Motte as one of the most visionary figures of his generation. Joseph André Motte: The Art of Living highlights the diverse breadth of materials that characterize Motte’s oeuvre and presents many of his most significant innovations in modern style. Featuring rare examples of Motte’s early work in rattan of 1954 to his transition to production furniture with Charron in 1958-60, the show is divided into two spaces that each focus on a distinctive period of this illustrious designer’s oeuvre.

Based on a 1954 Charron presentation, the first space will focus on Motte’s early work in plywood and rattan, and will feature a pair of the iconic 1949 Tripod Chairs and the 1954 rattan Sabre Chair, placed within a living room interior. These iconic designs exemplify Motte’s distinctive use of traditional techniques used to craft innovative modernist forms.

Motte’s designs for mass production and his experimentation with new affordable materials such as plastic, foam, and Formica will be represented in the second space, which will focus on Motte’s designs of the 1960s. This environment presents a 1960s chambre and includes a rare vinyl bed, the 1959 Light Table and a pair of nightstands made in luminous white opaline glass.

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美国第一展览专门的工作战后法国设计的一个最有影响力和最具创新性的数字。拥有罕见的例子在历史的生活环境,展览包括独特的30件,其中许多以前从未公开点燃带来的一个经常被忽视的现代主义的杰出作品。
 
1925年出生于法国,莫特的年轻一代乐观的工业化和现代设计的能力,以改善群众生活的愿景,致力于战后设计的一部分。在重建期间,本集团的设计师接受大规模生产以及新的,负担得起的工业材料,从根本上发明的形式实现的一种手段。
 
一个笨头笨脑的当代形式的奉献,表示使用传统的和新发明的工业材料,建立了约瑟夫·安德烈·莫特作为他那一代最有远见的人物之一。约瑟夫·安德烈·莫特:生活的艺术,突出了不同广度的材料,莫特的作品的特点,提出了许多他最重要的现代风格的创新。拥有罕见的例子,莫特的早期作品在1954年过渡到生产的家具与查伦在1958-60藤分成两个空间,展现的是一个独特的时期,这位杰出的设计师的作品,每一个重点。
 
基于1954年查伦介绍,第一个空格将专注于莫特胶合板及藤的早期工作,将有一个标志性的1949年三脚架椅和对1954年的藤的佩剑主席,放置在客厅内。这些标志性的设计体现莫特独特的传统技术工艺创新的现代主义形式的使用。
 
莫特的设计为大批量生产和他的实验与新的负担得起的材料,如塑料,泡沫,和Formica将代表的第二空间,将集中于20世纪60年代的莫特的设计。这样的环境提出了20世纪60年代照片,其中包括难得一见的乙烯基床,1959年的光桌和床头柜一对发光的白色乳白色玻璃。
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