Ten by Two by Hannah Dipper and Robin Farquhar
9th April 2015
Eschewing their usual medium of bone china, these vibrant vitreous enamel spun steel bowls not only allow a highly increased scale of work, but also showcase their love of pure form, flat colour and patterns of the built environment. Generously proportioned, these pools of colour are available in either concentric stacking vessels in darkening hues, or as decorated wall mounted/table top artworks with themes that have inspired the designers over the last decade. The latter, featuring patterns developed from the work of ‘high-tech’ architects and much admired ‘graphic’ artists.
All pieces shown will exhibit the exuberant use of colour and crisp graphic designs that will be familiar to fans of People Will Always Need Plates’ production home wares.
Ten by Two consists of three collections;
Five nesting bowls, limited edition of 10 per design. Diam 500mm x H80mm.
Five colour combinations to choose from.
£2600 per set
Architect inspired, right
Single patterned bowls, limited edition of 10 per design. Diam 500mm x H80mm
After Norman Norman Foster – Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich £2500
After Richard & Renzo Richard Rogers & Renzo Piano – Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris £1900
After Alison & Peter Peter & Alison Smithson – Robin Hood Gardens, London £1900
After Michael Michael Hopkins – Schlumberger Cambridge Research Centre £2150
After Oscar Oscar Niemeyer – Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady of Aparecida, Brasília £1350
Artist inspired, left
Single patterned bowl, limited edition of 10 per design. Diam 500mm x H80mm
After Roy Roy Lichtenstein £3250
After Josef Josef Albers £1350
After Laszlo Laszlo Moholy-Nagy £1550
After Bridget Bridget Riley £1750
After Ellsworth Ellsworth Kelly £1250
After Sol Sol LeWitt £1650