„Silver Lining – Interiors“ is the topic of this years Biennale at Kortrijk which is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
With the subtitle ‘Interiors’ curators Kersten Geers and David Van Severen of the Brussels-based architectural practice Office KGDVS want to emphasize a return to the Biennale’s roots and shift back the focus to complete interiors. This is where it began for Interieur in the 1960s. This year visitors will be able to literally dive into different rooms and atmospheres, just as you would in a real home.
Scetch of the guidance system by Office kgdvs for Biennale Interieur at Kortrijk
The Biennale Interieur aims to offer a complete experience with a holistic overview of the most relevant products that contemporary design has to offer today. In addition, Interieur offers a preview of tomorrow’s interiors and innovations. Interieur aims to respond to the busy schedules of professionals by offering a compact and very selective range of products from leading Designers such as Michael Verheyden, Neri & Hu, Studio Dessuant Bone and Nedda El-Asmar, installations and experiences that are of both commercial and cultural interest.
wire s # by Muller Van Severen for gallery Valerie Traan
Light installation by Vincent Van Duysen for Flos
Lamps by Vincent Van Duysen for Flos
Pottery by Vincent Van Dyson for “When Objects Work”. Ceramic, glass, marble, oak, walnut
Maniera Solo Chair by Office kgdvs, photo SvenLaurent
Entrance and reception area of a notary’s office by Office kgdvs, photo Bas Princen
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