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Paul Tahon and R & E Bouroullec is a module of decorative patterns imagined by the Bouroullec brothers for the French furniture brand Ligne Roset. Whether on the wall, on the floor or on the ceiling, this two-tone elastic system in the form of clouds, creates a three-dimensional effect on the room.
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Tahon & Bouroullec The Bouroullec brothers remain passionate about plant decoration. They develop for Flos, an elegant pendant lamp called which by its tangle of wires, produces a cheerful atmosphere in each space.
The Pompidou Center in Metz
Shigeru Ban In October 2011, the Center Pompidou in Metz presented the largest retrospective dedicated to the breathtaking work of the Bouroullec brothers, * Bivouac *.
Vitra The modular and mobile structure of the harmonizes according to the parts and new technologies. This pop concept configured by Vitra in 2002 changes according to our desires. It offers a workspace but also distractions.
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Studio Bouroullec Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec continue to impress. They invent for Flos, an original table lamp with soft and rounded lines. Ideal on a desk or on a bedside table, this decorative object offers, thanks to its brightness, a subdued whole.
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Studio Bouroullec Breton designers love to travel, especially to the south of Europe. They made by hand a series of wool rugs inspired by the creative techniques of Persian artisans. This exceptional piece by Nanimarquina multicolored is also known to be reversible.
The installation BMWi Quiet Motion
Tahon & Bouroullec This installation was specially designed for the BMWi firm at the Milan Furniture Fair 2013. The four circular cork platforms rotate on themselves, surrounded by fabric rectangles.
Morgane Le Gall Simplicity can get complicated. In 1997, Ronan and Erwan Bourroulec developed combinatorial vases for the Italian publisher Cappellini. Thanks to the eight elements, more than 2000 combinations can be obtained wherever they are available.
The installation pelota
Paul Tahon and R & E Bouroullec The designer brothers presented in 2005 the surprising scenography * Pelota * at the *** Vitra *** exhibition in Milan.