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Tout Va Bien cabinet by Antoine Audiau and Manuel Warosz

Milan 09: graphic designers Antoine Audiau and Manuel Warosz presented a cabinet for furniture brand BD Barcelona Design at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan last week.


Called Tout Va Bien, the cabinet is decorated with relief patterns derived from "arts and crafts, hieroglyphic language, contemporary graphics, fantasy, and optimism."


See all our stories from Milan in our special MIlan 2009.

Here's some text from BD Barcelona Design:



Rarely does a graphic designer (two, in this case) go into the field of furniture design. We have to go far back in time to find them, to the times of the high and low reliefs. This is exactly what Antoine Audiau and Manuel Warosz have done, a couple of extraordinary Parisian graphic artists who sign their works as Antoine + Manuel. The cabinet they have designed for this new collection brought out by Bd Barcelona design is a surprising mixture of arts and Crafts, hieroglyphic language, contemporary graphics, fantasy and optimism. It is produced with the quality of yesteryear but using today’s technologies in two versions, Basic and Top, distinguished by the shape of the top and because the more exclusive option also offers the possibility of choosing the colour in accordance to the RAL colour references.