Through these artworks the designer initiates a dialogue between indigenous Moroccan aesthetics and global industrialism in a reconstruction of the Diagonal chair, a symbol of the Bauhaus design period. He spent nine days in Sefrou, a small city in Morocco, working with local artisans who modify the chair using materials found on the street. Photographs of the chair’s incarnations demonstrate the fluidity of Moroccan design while separating the resultant pieces from the chair itself.
W90 x H135 cm
Dibond, wood and printed paper
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