Today at Dezeen Platform: Philippe Malouin

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Today at Dezeen Platform Philippe Malouin

Dezeen Platform: today Canadian designer Philippe Malouin brings his bowls made of waxed concrete to our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform at Dezeen Space.

Today at Dezeen Platform Philippe Malouin

The 1:4 bowls were one of eleven products produced by different designers in response to photographs of a fictional character named Vera, which Dezeen featured in a story earlier this week.

Today at Dezeen Platform Philippe Malouin

Called Vera, Chapter One, the project was curated by Kirsty Minns and Érika Muller (KM and ÉM) and was presented in a west London basement during the London Design Festival.

Today at Dezeen Platform Philippe Malouin

Precise measurements were necessary to produce each bowl's concrete components, similar to the regular cake-baking that Vera's mother is imagined to have done.

Today at Dezeen Platform Philippe Malouin

Each day, for 30 days, a different designer will use a one metre by one metre space to exhibit their work at Dezeen Space. See the full lineup for Dezeen Platform here and see all our stories about the work on show here.

Today at Dezeen Platform Philippe Malouin

See more about Dezeen Space here and watch interviews with exhibitors on Dezeen Screen.

Dezeen Space
17 September - 16 October
Monday-Saturday 11am-7pm
Sunday 11am-5pm

54 Rivington Street,
London EC2A 3QN

  • mik

    finally some concrete bowls. this is amazing.
    and If you brake it is not even a problem. you just put the pieces together on the table.
    it must be really elegant when the garcon takes the bowls with hanging noodles and red sauce droping in every hols.
    I think this is great. reminds me of jaques tati

  • Cr.

    @mik HAHAHAHA ! ( : Exactly my thought. However they do make a nice fruit bowl.

  • http://www.zazous.co.uk/ nick austin

    Very nice. Anything in concrete!

  • http://www.justinteriors.net Calligaris

    In an age where objects have become so disposable and last year’s products are often characterized as obsolete, it’s rare to find someone like Philippe Malouin who still firmly believes in the permanence of an object.

  • http://twitter.com/dionysaur @dionysaur

    beatiful. clever. wish I'd thought of it first!

  • http://www.artkidding.com martin dicke

    look who's back : http://www.margoleavingallery.com/artists/142
    But Malouin is talking about color and dimension here. Nice step!