London – The public will be able to look more closely at designer Rolf Sachs’ creations for one day only, as he opens his studio during the London Design Festival.
Visitors will be able to attend the Open Studio, above a Victorian bus station, on Thursday to see his limited-edition furniture and lighting in the environment in which they were created. Reflecting his passion for surrealism, humour and functionalism, his work consists of everyday objects taken out of context. A chair is left untrimmed, resin pieces have air bubbles and blemishes, and upholstered furniture is marked and stained, revealing its ‘life’ in someone’s home.
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LS:N Global will report on key exhibitions and shows from London Design Festival throughout this week.