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Fredrikson Stallard Fredrikson Stallard Sofa 'Pyrenees' - Limited Edition of 8 LOT 314 £30,000.00
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Fredrikson Stallard

Fredrikson Stallard Sofa 'Pyrenees' - Limited Edition of 8

£30,000.00

LOT 314

Description

The Pyrenees sofa is Fredrikson Stallard’s first reinterpretation of upholstery. It is a very important piece with adventurous use of materials. Traditionally, polyurethane foam is used as the padding for the skeleton of a sofa, applied onto the hard frame and totally concealed with upholstery fabric. With the Pyrenees, Fredrikson Stallard have taken a solid block of this material and hand carved the form in a sculptural way. A mountain landscape emerges, whose visually rocky surface is contradicted by the softness of the foam. A combination of short black fibres and longer yellow fibres is used to give a lustrous green effect which shines gold as the edges and peaks catch the light. 


The Pyrenees was launched at Fredrikson Stallard’s inaugural solo show with David Gill Galleries in London in 2007.  Christies have said: this is considered one of the most successful and iconic works of the designer, so much so that the V&A has purchased an example of this Pyrenees sofa. 

  • Specification

    Seller name: Private Collector
    Seller location: London
    Colour: Forest Green 
    H80 x L219 x D101 cm /  H31.5 x L86.2 x D39.8 in
    David Gill Gallery, limited to 8 + 2AP + 2P 
    Material: Flocked Polyurethane foam with PU paint 
    Dimensions (cm): H80 x L219 x D101 cm /  H31.5 x L86.2 x D39.8 in
    Condition:  Like New
    Production Time: Available Now
    Shipping Consignment Size:  x-large
     

  • The Design / Brand

    Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard met at Central St Martin’s in 1995, where Stallard specialised in ceramics and Fredrikson in product design, having studied architecture in Copenhagen. Their collaboration began almost at once and they produced their seminal Log Table, in 2001, acquired in 2009 by the Victoria and Albert Museum for their permanent collection.  Their work is also featured their work has been acquired by the French National Art Collection, MoMA San Fransicso, the Kvadrat Collection, Copenhagen, and twice by the Victoria and Albert Museum; and been exhibited at the Museum of Art and Design, New York, and the Belvedere Museum, Vienna.

     

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