For Mindcraft 17, young talents Emil Krøyer and Mads Sætter-Lassen developed Plinth, a cantilevered table combining various noble materials including locally sourced Blue Rønne granite. Championing the material’s haptic qualities, the duo devised an architectonic construction with strategic contrast.
For this year’s Mindcraft exhibition – Milan Design Week: 4 to 9 April – celebrated Danish duo, Eske Rex and Maria Mengel, debuts Day Bed; an exploration of the transition from sleep to activity, time spent traveling, and how both contemporary conditions can be expressed in the formal reference of the rising sun.
For Mindcraft 17, Japanese-Danish silversmith Yuki Ferdinandsen explores the concept of time in her meticulous and meditative mastery of the age-old arare hammering technique. The result is a series of monumentally curvaceous vessels with highly detailed surfaces.
Staged like a contemporary temple, Johan Creten’s exhibition 8 Gods shows at Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels until April 8.