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Chromatic Sequences
Hella Jongerius

July 20 - September 23, 2017

Galerie kreo London
14Hay Hill, Mayfair,
London W1J 8NZ, UK
Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences

Galerie kreo is delighted to present « chromatic sequences », a selection of exceptio-nal pieces by Hella Jongerius.
The show features distinctive works by the influential Dutch designer which highlight her masterful use and understanding of colours, materials and light. This show runs alongside the « Breathing Colour » exhibition at the Design Museum, London...

Galerie kreo is delighted to present « chromatic sequences », a selection of exceptio-nal pieces by Hella Jongerius.
The show features distinctive works by the influential Dutch designer which highlight her masterful use and understanding of colours, materials and light. This show runs alongside the « Breathing Colour » exhibition at the Design Museum, London.

Exhibition Images

  • Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences
  • Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences
  • Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences
  • Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences
  • Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences
  • Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences

Available Works

Fennec Mirror - Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences.

Hella Jongerius

Monroe Table - Konstantin Grcic - Chromatic Sequences.

Konstantin Grcic

Niebla Coffee Table - Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences.

Hella Jongerius

UN Lounge Chair - Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences.

Hella Jongerius

UN Lounge Chair - Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences.

Hella Jongerius

Vautour Mirror - Hella Jongerius - Chromatic Sequences.

Hella Jongerius

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Designer Hella Jongerius (1963) has become known for the special way she fuses industry and craft, high and low tech, tradition and the contemporary. After graduating from the Eindhoven Design Academy in 1993, she started her own design company, Jongeriuslab, through which she produces her own projects and projects for clients such as Maharam (New York), KLM (The Netherlands), Danskina (The Netherlands), Vitra (Basel) and Royal Tichelaar Makkum (The Netherlands). Hella Jongerius’s research on colours, materials, and textures is never complete...

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