In the second movie Dezeen filmed with designer Erwan Bouroullec at Clerkenwell Design Week, he flicks through the new book documenting 15 years of work by him and his brother Ronan and talks about his favourite project ever.
Talking to Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs, he singles out the Slow chair designed for Vitra (below) as his favourite piece the studio has produced over the years because it is "lightweight, well done and comfortable".
"We've always been keen on shooting our own products and showing them the way we want to," he goes on to explain, describing how the brothers wanted the book to "speak with pictures."
The book (above) is published by Phaidon.
Watch the first movie we filmed, in which Bouroullec speaks about the Pico tiles exhibited at Clerkenwell Design Week (above).
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