As a comply with up to yesterdays publish about the Ampersand Residence, I took a seem at their existing exhibition and was quite impressed. Their present assortment of mid century furnishings and artist pieces is wonderful. I stated it yesterday but I will say it nowadays as nicely. I think its genius that you can view these pieces in a house setting. I would like to believe that it would support a prospective buyer envision it in their personal property.
Yellow ceramic object by Wouter Dam, Orange Slice chair bu Pierre Paulin, green ceramic object by Wouter Dam small sideboard with blue painted door by Cees Braakman, lamp by Anvia
Berlin daybed by Bruno Mathsson, stamped 1962, reupholstered making use of a grey material. Mini studio floor lamp by Jo Hammerborg
A pair of teak armchairs in a red Romo fabric, made by Ejvind Johansson, lamp by Jo Hammerborg, stool by Pierro Fornassetti
Penguin chairs by Theo Ruth, birch serving trolley by Cees Braakman, lamp by Louis Kalff
Colour Fields: In honour of the 70th yr of pre-eminent Danish ceramicist, Bente Hansen, Puls Gallery and Ampersand Property invite you to see current performs that discover the connection amongst colour, geometry and architecture.
Playboy chair by Jens Rison with seatpad reupholstered with yellow Hallingdal material, assorted ceramic vessels by Bente Hansen, model DU03 sideboard by Cees Braakman
A selection of marble bowls by Michael Verheyden
Serving trolley by Cees Braakman, Yellow-lacquered bowl by Ann Van Hoey, walnut framed chair by Edvard Kint Larsen reupholstered in a green Romo fabric
Red Oyster chair by Pierre Paulin
Yellow-lacquered bowl by Ann Van Hoey, Butterfly chair by Pierre Paulin, Naboo collection stool with white marble cap by Stephane Parmentier, bench in black-lacquered ash by Michael Verheyden
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