The Isla vases, designed by Julie Richoz, were selected by Le Quai in Monte-Carlo. Founded by Silvia Fiorucci Roman, a design collector and gallerist, Le Quai is a new space for contemporary art and design in Monaco, that joined the other places made available by the collector through the cultural activities of Società delle Api.
Nouvel ventures into architectural projects with a collection of iconic pieces that pay homage to both great Mexican architects and emerging young talents. Through a wide range of interpretations, the authors of these pieces use the transparency of glass and its relationship with light to propose construction elements that participate in a dialogue between architecture and art.
The Architectural and interior design project developed by Tuux includes also a Gallery, a Showroom bar and an Archive.
Michel Charlot, nominee of the Swiss Design Awards 2020, is the new Swiss designer who is part of the collaboration program between Nouvel and the Swiss Federal Office of Culture.
This light and acoustic, wall-mount system was designed for architectural spaces that require a better sound performance. The modular system can be configured in size, acoustic performance and lighting capabilities to match architectural and interior design projects of different scales and formal styles.
Nouvel presents «Relief», a new series of three sculptural glass works designed by Laurin Schaub with creative direction by Torres+Hanhausen and produced by Nouvel.
As part of the first model of art residencies and exhibition Intersecciones, convened by Yunque Art Factory in 2021, sculpture and auditive composition flesh out to Tania Candiani’s multimedia installation called “El Sonido del Fuego” (The Sound of Fire). Concurrently in a room, the correspondence reveals its production process on “El Color del Fuego” (The Color of Fire). In conjunction, both pieces integrate an encounter of creation between artwork, artists and art industry.
A kachina; also katchina, katcina, or katsina; Hopi: katsina, plural katsinim is a spirit being in the religious beliefs of the Pueblo peoples, Native American cultures located in the south-western part of the United States. In the Pueblo cultures, kachina rites are practiced by the Hopi, Zuni, Hopi-Tewa, and certain Keresan tribes, as well as in most Pueblo tribes in New Mexico.
Relief, a new series of three sculptural works by Swiss Designer Laurin Schaub will launch in Hot Materials at Okro Gallery in Chur, Switzerland.
Founded in 1953, the prestigious Eisenhower Fellowships organization annually identifies ten ascendant professionals making important contributions to their fields and societies in advancement of the organization's mission to make our world more peaceful
Vissio launches new works from the Exquisite Corpse series in Recover/Uncover at Masa gallery, curated by Su Wu.
InVisible. Glass Design on view at the Museo Plaza Patria in Zapopan Jalisco.
Each year Paris design fair Maison & Objet recognizes young creativity with their Rising Talent awards.
Vissio is delighted to announce representation by The Future Perfect with pieces currently on view in the New York and San Francisco gallery locations.
The Franz Mayer Museum and Nouvel present InVisible. Glass Design, an exhibition of over 500 glass pieces that offers a precise look at the technical, formal and stylistic possibilities of glass, one of this fascinating material.
Every year in Monaco, Formes de Luxe, one of the most recognized publications in the Luxury Packaging industry, holds an award program to recognize innovative excellence in packaging design.
The Isla vase is the result of the collaboration between Nouvel and Julie Richoz, a collection of blown glass vases that celebrates the manual skills of the blowers and the incredible chromatic richness of this material.
Edgar Orlaineta’s Katsinas produced by Nouvel reference the wooden dolls “Kachinas” originally made in communities from the Southwest of USA as ritual objects. Orlaineta discovered these traditional effigies while researching American mid-century design, specifically Charles and Ray Eames and Alexander Girard's work. These three designers collected themselves kachinas.