Poussez la porte: le soleil est a l'interieur (Open the door: the sun is inside) was the name of the exhibition featuring the work of several Belgian design studios from Wallonia and Brussels. We've already featured the latest carpet from Atelier Blink, but there were also rugs from Charlotte Lancelot, including a giant cross-stitch. Christiane Högner displayed a cushionized sofa made up of so many pillows that counting sheep would never need to enter the equation. Speaking of sheep, Draw Me A Sheep featured a fascinating installation of prisms created by solar-powered LCD panels. Kaspar Hamacher used the concept of a leather belt to create hanging bookshelves that make quite an impact in a group, Dust Deluxe featured a textured sideboard, and Habit-T had some delicate hanging lamps. One of our faves was the Secret Chair by Nedda El-Asmar, a practical tidy-up solution.
Der Lederriemen by Kaspar Hamacher
Prism II by Draw Me A Sheep
Dentelle by Habit-T
Secret Chair by Nedda El-Asmar for Vange
Leaf Stitch by Charlotte Lancelot
Cushionized Sofa by Christiane Högner