Brand New World : Focus on Studio Drift, Adrian Rovero and Rienier Bosch & Carolina Wilke
Adrian Rovero’s work is rooted in his keen observation of the details and needs of his surroundings. His pieces are on display in a number of renowned galleries, including the Galerie Kreo (Paris), Libby Sellers (London), and the Galerie Ormond (Geneva). Clients availing themselves of his exhibition design talents include such institutions as the Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Grand-Hornu Images (Belgium), the Manufacture de Sevres (France), the mudac (Lausanne) and the Villa Noailles (France).
Studio Drift was founded in 2006 by Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn, both graduates of the Design Academy Eindhoven. Their goal is to create a dialogue between nature and technology, creating a new synergy. Studio Drift explores the relationship between nature, technology and mankind. Their working process involves continuing collaborations with scientists, university departments, research facilities, programmers and engineers; the results are truly innovative and ground-breaking projects – a testament to the cross-pollination between the technically advanced, the aesthetically beautiful and awareness of future potentials.
Bosch and Wilke is a duo composed by Reinier Bosch and Carolina Wilcke. They share together love, life and design. Both designers graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven (2007/2009). Since then they were both ask by several galleries and their work has been shown at design Miami/Basel and PAD fairs, among others. They share a studio in Amsterdam, working on their own gallery pieces and products for design brands. At BNW Milan 2015 they will present together and show new work next to existing limited designs, never shown in Milan before. For these new projects they have worked together with glass blowers in the Czech Republic, playing with transparencies, mixing colors, combining textures and materials.
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