Medium

Julien Carretero breaks the mold with his designs for furniture and household products, inventing and experimenting with new casting techniques. To create the undulating biomorphic forms of his “To Be Continued” benches, Carretero used a single mold to cast slices of the furniture in different colors—the mold mutates with each casting, allowing the composite to determine its own irregular shape. Always seeking new expressive means for traditional materials, for his “Stencil” line Carretero used an intensely heat-resistant fabric to craft molds for aluminum lamps and tables.

Selected exhibitions
2014
Victor Hunt Designart Dealer at Collective 2 Design FairVictor Hunt Designart Dealer
Victor Hunt Designart Dealer at Design Miami/ Basel 2014Victor Hunt Designart Dealer
2013
Victor Hunt Designart Dealer at Design Miami/ 2013Victor Hunt Designart Dealer

Stencil, stool, 2012

Edition 2/48
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Location
Brussels-Anderlecht
Medium

Julien Carretero breaks the mold with his designs for furniture and household products, inventing and experimenting with new casting techniques. To create the undulating biomorphic forms of his “To Be Continued” benches, Carretero used a single mold to cast slices of the furniture in different colors—the mold mutates with each casting, allowing the composite to determine its own irregular shape. Always seeking new expressive means for traditional materials, for his “Stencil” line Carretero used an intensely heat-resistant fabric to craft molds for aluminum lamps and tables.

Selected exhibitions (3)
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