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Offrez-vous un plan
December, 2011

Le plan de fabrication du Fauteuil Archipel est disponible en version imprimée (format A2).

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N’attendez plus, offrez-vous votre plan de montage.
5€ + frais d’envoi.
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Archipel share
September, 2011

Téléchargez les plans et sources de chaque meuble Archipel.

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Le mobilier Archipel est libre !
Open source, cela veut dire que les sources, c’est à dire les plans, la méthode de fabrication sont accessibles à tous.
Ces meubles sont publiés sous licence Art Libre. Cela vous autorise la copie, la modification, l’amélioration, et la distribution selon les termes de cette licence. L’appropriation exclusive est interdite. Les détails sont disponibles dans chacun des paquets suivant.

Gerrit 1.0

Bench 1.0

Armchair 1.0

Table 1.0

Side Table 1.0

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Archipel gallery
January, 2011
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Archipel is a “challenge” project.
A short budget and a first family collaboration.
For production, I worked with my father. Together we have developed the first series, and then he produced the entire collection.

The furniture is based on the “do it yourself”, it incorporates some constructive principles designed by Gerrit Rietveld in the 30s, especially in its series CRATE. The small storage unit called “Gerrit” refers clearly to it.

A project of the Media Center of the French community, in collaboration with Open Source Publishing.
Yves Poliart, project manager – Harrisson (OSP), art director – Pierre Gabiot, dad builder – Ludi, coach – Hélène Lacourt, upholstery manufacturing – Jérôme Degive, Nicolas Soquette (Kakoiiiro) et Martin Lévêque, installation steps
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Archipel
January, 2011
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Archipel is a fitting project for the Media center Passage 44 (Brussels).
The space dedicated to it is divided into a web area, a listening area, a screening area. Tables, benches, chairs, side tables, storage cases and media wall display have been specially designed. Discover the history of the “furniture” project in “Archipel Gallery”.

Briefly, this new space offers an intuitive exploration of adventurous music and images emerged since the early twentieth century. Clearly aimed to decompartmentalization of genres, Archipel has chosen to group these discs and films as “islands” involving artists (or works) that share similar creative practices (eg work on silence, noise, recycling, body, etc..). Full details here: archipels.be