Faye Toogood: Drawing, Material, Sculpture, Landscape
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The first in-depth look at the work of the globally celebrated and multidisciplinary London-based designer Faye Toogood – this book covers all aspects of her work, from clothes and furniture, to installations and interior design.
Faye Toogood is unlike any other designer. Her impressive creative output encompasses not only furniture, but sculpture, fashion, interiors, and homeware. This book is the first to explore Toogood’s unique approach to design across disciplines through the studio’s guiding principles: drawing, material, sculpture, and landscape. In doing so it not only reveals the fascinating creative process behind Toogood’s beautiful designs, but also illustrates the interconnectedness of her design across a range of practices together with the poetry that flows throughout her work.
The book also features her collaborations with (and commissions by) such brands as Birkenstock, Carhartt-WIP, Comme des Gar ons, Dover Street Market, Herm s, Mulberry and National Gallery of Victoria.
A Thing on a Table in a House
This book is in itself a Serban Ionescu sculpture, its 68-page oversized board book format having been printed and precisely die-cut to mimic the rambling contours and dazzling colours found on the steel sculptures of this prolific New York-based, Romanian-born artist. It also doubles as a play, penned in three acts by Serban’s fellow artist […]475 SEK
Faye Toogood: Assemblage 6, Unlearning
This book captures the raw moment of inception behind a designer’s collection. Assemblage 6 started off with almost 300 maquettes: chairs, lamps, stools, or daybeds made of wire, cardboard, tape, and canvas, or the everyday materials to be found in Faye Toogood’s studio. But having lined up these rather crude, almost childlike maquettes, the collection, […]349 SEK
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Apartamento is excited to re-release Paris Living Rooms almost two decades after it was first published in 2002. The second instalment in Dominique Nabokov’s holy trinity of interior photography works, it also follows the re-release of New York Living Rooms earlier this year. Nabokov calls these images her interior ‘portraits’ and across 132 pages we’re […]475 SEK
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