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A contemporary free standing bookcase designed by Noe Duchaufour Lawrance in 2012. Hand-built in solid carbon steel, the 15 chambers progressively shrink following the planispiral pattern of fossil architecture, the tone of the steel moving from black to carboned silver.
Noe Duchaufour Lawrance first qualified as a metal sculptor like his father, and then as a designer at the prestigious Ecole des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. He spent a year studying mathematical fractional theories before finalising the design for Ammonite. The form balances immense strength with visual lightness and a sculptural quality that is subtle and unique. The manual production of the piece by Stefano Ronchetti, third generation metal specialists in Como, Italy, took over six months.
The successful collaboration between the designer and maker pushed Ammonite to the forefront of today’s 'wire trend' in contemporary design, with the piece being chosen by Architectural Digest as representing the movement in their 2012 Special Design Issue.
Awards for his work include Red Dot Design 2011, Gold Neocon 2010, and Wallpaper and Elle Deco 2009.
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