Campana Brothers at the V&A

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Campana Brothers at the V&A

Tonight (Friday) saw the opening of an installation by Brazilian designers the Campana Brothers in the John Majedski Garden at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

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The installation is in place until 14 October.

Here is some info from the V&A:

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As part of the V&A's 150th Anniversary celebrations, the John Madejski Garden will host a special commission by the celebrated Brazilian design duo, the Campana Brothers.

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This summer the Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana will transform the John Madejski Garden with a unique installation exploring the use of bamboo, a material often featured in their work. The installation also includes a new outdoor edition of their 'Vitoria Regia' stools, shown here, specially designed to mark the V&A's 150th anniversary.

The stools are part of Fernando and Humberto Campana' s research on new forms of upholstery. They are handcrafted pieces that, by rolling fabrics, carpets, rubber mats, and rubber nets, recreate the allure of the Vitória Régia, giant water lilies commonly found in the Brazilian Amazon.

Campana Brothers in the Garden

21 July - 14 October 2007
John Madejski Garden
Free admission

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Photo credits:

CAMPANA BROTHERS IN THE GARDEN
21 JULY – 14 OCTOBER 2007
Copyright: V&A Photography

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Posted on Friday, July 20th, 2007 at 7:37 pm by . See our copyright policy. Before commenting, please read our comments policy.

  • Zender

    These guys are just sooooooo boring. Always the same stuff.

  • chapmaniac

    you’re right zender-this is seriously lazy work