HBL Exhibitions: Adrien De Melo at Galerie BSL

Monday, 10 October 2011

Adrien De Melo is presenting seven limited edition pieces of furniture for his first solo exhibition, held at Galerie BSL in Paris. The pieces aim to explore the concepts of real and recreated nature, and are made using  materials including onyx, ceramic and wood.


De Melo’s Sliced/Table ties into the current trend for patchwork wood, seen at both Milan's Salone del Mobile in April and at 100% Design, London last month. The tabletop is made using a honeycomb composite of nine different wood species: wenge, oak, African mahogany, American walnut, dark ash, light ash, steamed beech, American cherry, and Canadian maple.


Other pieces on show at the exhibition are My Mountain/Armchair, Stripes/Stool, Stripes/Bench, Stripes/Coffee Table, Point Break/Vase and Lili/Floor lamp.

My Mountain/Armchair
The exhibition runs until 12 November 2011.

Stripes/Coffee table