Ceux qui ne jurent que par le design vintage vont s’en réjouir : l’événement Mid-century modern show fait son retour à Londres, à partir du 20 mars. Pièces de design des années 1950, 1960, mobilier (Charles & Ray Eames, Hans Wegner, Serge Mouille ou Charlotte Perriand, entre autres incontournables de la période), arts de la table, menus objets déco, tout y est.
Vintage design lovers wouldn’t miss the event for anything: the Midcentury Modern show is back in London, from March 20th on. 1950’s & 1960’s pieces of furniture (Charles & Ray Eames, Hans Wegner, Serge Mouille or Charlotte Perriand, among other highly coveted signatures of the era) and other artefacts galore.
“The Midcentury Modern show has fast established itself as the number one destination for sourcing the antiques of the future without the huge retail mark-up. Designed as an unpretentious one stop shop for busy people who love collecting beautiful pieces for their homes, you can find everything for the eclectic home at this much-loved one day show from an original Eames rocker to a contemporary ceramic from a hot young British designer. Do a walkabout amongst some of Britain’s top mid-century dealers in Scandinavian, European and American mid-century furniture and decorative arts. Then head for the coolest wares from British designers including furniture supremo Chris Eckersley and top ceramicist Sophie Cook. Source the latest wallpaper, ceramics, fabrics and brilliantly innovative gifts. But it doesn’t stop there. Collectors on the hunt for specialist ceramics, fabrics, art and glass can take a walk to the South Cloister, Lower Hall and North Cloister where 40 more dealers are situated.”