British Designer, Faye Toogood, will launch her third furniture collection, Assemblage 3: Delicate Interference exclusively with Phillips de Pury & Company
during the 2011 London Design Festival.
Delicate Interference examines the natural, optical force of iridescence through new and re-contextualized works executed in bronze, aluminium, steel, glass and resin. Toogood employs an array of material treatments and a touch of alchemy to imbue Assemblage 3 with the properties native to iridescence, mimicking natures ability to attract and repel through light interference.
The series is composed of a dressing table, a floor light, a wall sconce, an oil resin cube, and a mobile and successfully reexamines the Spade Chair, Spade Stool and Element Table from Assemblage 2. The entire series will be on show at Phillips de Purys, Brook Street space with Studio Toogood directing the exhibition design. All works in the collection will be on sale exclusively through Phillips de Pury.
Faye Toogood has developed one of the most compelling catalogues of design work in recent years. Her latest, Assemblage 3: Delicate Interference offers an intelligent, timely study of material, form and finish. We are thrilled to be a part of this watershed exhibition for Faye. Brent Dzekciorius, Director of Retail Operations, Phillips de Pury & Company.
VIEWING: 16 SEPTEMBER 4 OCTOBER
LOCATION: Phillips de Pury & Company at Claridges, 45-47 Brook
Street, London W1