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Objects of Fascination - Brussels

MAD Home of Creators, Brussels
Exhibition
Date24.09.2021 - 14.11.2021

Curation

Architecture Curating Practice, CENTRAL office for architecture and urbanism

Exhibition design

CENTRAL ofaau

Table production

WUYTS, ALTON

Photography

Maxime Delvaux

Film

Olivier Campagne, CENTRAL ofaau (Martha Virgaux)

Graphic design

Stoëmp Studio

Production

Architecture Curating Practice

Support

Vlaamse Overheid, Brussels Capital Region, City of Brussels

More info

A project initiated by CENTRAL office for architecture and urbanism (Radim Louda, Paul Mouchet & Valentin Piret), Maxime Delvaux and UR (Chloé Valadié & Gaétan Brunet) in March 2020.

In complete lockdown, everyone was stuck at home, chained to their tables, facing isolation and eventually being inspired by the objects around them. This was seen as an opportunity to collaborate and share thoughts and fascinations around a common project, a collaborative furniture series called Objects of Fascination.

National and international architects, artists and designers were asked to translate their personal fascination into the design for an aluminum coffee table. This collection of objects is now the physical witness of that precise moment when the domestic environment was the only playground available.

The result is the production of 44 coffee tables in erratic forms by, amongst others the Brussels architecture firm 51N4E, fala atelier from Porto, l’AUC from Paris and Piovenefabi from Milano.

These 44 original tables were the core of an exhibition at MAD showing the process of design and production of these various objects.

With the participation of 2001, Accattone, Asli Çiçek, B-ILD with Dirk Jaspaert & Vincent de Rijk, BAST, Bétillon Freyermuth architects, Cédric Libert, CENTRAL office for architecture and urbanism, Concorde, Didon, Dieter Leyssen, Elmēs, fala atelier, FELT Architecture & Design, Francelle Cane, Giusto Van Campenhout, Guma, Ištvan Išt Huzjan & Tina Javornik, Jean-Benoît Vétillard architecture, Jeanne & Jean-Didier Bergilez, Krutejavas Studio for Architecture, l’AUC, Laetitia Gendre & Iwan Strauven, Lucrèce, Martial Coudamy, Maxime Delvaux, Maximiliaan Royakkers, MBL architectes, Nicolas Dorval-Bory Architectes, NP2F architectes, Olivier Campagne (ArtefactoryLab), Peaks, Piovenefabi, Plan Común and Claire Léger, Plant en Houtgoed, Studio NOCC, UR bureau d’architecture et d’urbanisme, Vidic Grohar Arhitekti