Competition: we’ve teamed up with London designers BarberOsgerby to give away five signed copies of their new monograph The Design Work of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby.
The 256 page book catalogues the work of BarberOsgerby including the Lanterne Marine vase foe Venini see our earlier story » and the IRIS tables for Established & Sons see our earlier story »
BarberOsgerby's monograph contains sketches and images of their projects and reveals the ideas behind their work.
This competition is now closed. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
The following is from the press release:
THE DESIGN WORK OF EDWARD BARBER AND JAY OSGERBY
By Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Text by Zoe Ryan, Deyan Sudjic and Simon Andrews
“Edward and Jay use industry as craft. They create magical objects that marry the segregated worlds of the handmade with those of industrial technology, graphic language and art.”
– Bruce Mau
Barber and Osgerby’s work is part of permanent museum collections worldwide and includes iconic designs like the best-selling Tab Lamp (2008), and is part of permanent museum collections worldwide. Their portfolio ranges widely from accessible work to custom one-off pieces, including furniture for Portsmouth Cathedral, hangers for Levi’s, and the limited edition, anodized Iris Tables. Barber and Osgerby have produced work for companies such as Cappellini, Vitra, Sony, Stella McCartney, and Coca-Cola. Featuring concept sketches by the designers, and behind-the-schenes photographs, the book is organized thematically with an emphasis on materials and process, tracing the inspirations and working method of this unique design duo.
THE DESIGN WORK OF EDWARD BARBER AND JAY OSGERBY By Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Essays by Zoe Ryan, Deyan Sudjic and Simon Andrews Rizzoli New York
Hardcover / 256 pages / 300 colour illustrations / 91⁄2␣ x 111⁄4␣
PUBLICATION DATE: MAY 2011
Congratulations to the winners: Paolo Gabai in Italy, Neeltje van Wissen in Germany, Mojca Vehar in Slovenia, Sara Etchingham in the UK and Josefina Miquel in Chile won copies of The Design Work of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby.