Spine Chair designed by Andre Dubreuil
André Dubreuil is a leading figure in the arena of contemporary ornamental arts. The artist was birthed in 1951 in Lyon, France, and was taught in London at the Inchbald School of Design. Since then he has actually taken a trip thoroughly to various nations, noting the craft and design items of various societies as he goes.Made popular in 1986 by his "Spine" chair, Dubreuil has confirmed himself to be a impressive and inventive professional, experimenting with shape, framework, and products to generate furnishings, porcelains, and lighting that play with and at the same time break from customary designs. The artist has been affected by classic European and Asian antiquities, yet is not known to create objects that could be classified as typical craft.Dubreuil's furnishings collection features chairs, desks, tables, and closets, to name a few items. Functions such as his Enamel Cupboard loosely resemble a typical design, however the general visual appearance is anything yet specification. Pure and vibrantly tinted areas of the outside are bounded by swelling lines influenced by both natural and geometric shapes. A blend of structures and materials gives the component a ornamental and elegant faÃ§ade while the work still maintains an useful capability.The ceramic jobs of Dubreuil once again show his ingenuity within the realm of ornamental arts. His porcelain works range from the functionally attractive, such as vases and candle holders (such as the 'Ribbon Vase' series), to the solely attractive, such as repainted sets of running footwears (entitled 'Dike Shoes'). In either case, Dubreuil's workmanship is apparent in his final products as their detail and aesthetic appeal could not be disregarded.André Dubreuil has his work exhibited all over the globe, in significant global centers such as Paris, London, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Milan, and New York, amongst others. Dubreuil's styles and decorative art work have discovered pleased audiences throughout the globe, and his creations can be found in the permanent collections of essential museums such as the Victoria and Albert in London.Spine ChairAndre Dubreuil took the idea of the Victorian yard furnishings, translated it thru a filter of art nouveau with a neo-rococo sentiment, transformed it laterally and created this charming Spine Chair. The Spine Chair embodies intellect and creative imagination of the designer.