Satyendra Pakhalé, ‘BM Horse Stool’, 2007/08, ammann//gallery

weight: 60 kg/ 132 lbs

Image rights: copyright: Satyendra Pakhalé courtesy: gabrielle ammann // gallery, cologne

About Satyendra Pakhalé

Indian-born industrial designer Satyendra Pakhalé is based in Amsterdam, where he has had his own studio since 1998. Fusing technology, architecture, and design, he sets out to improve the quality of life by simple tweaks in common objects, like the Add-on radiator system, which blurs the line between decoration and function. He also creates furniture and objects with the sensibility of three-dimensional graphics, such as his Fish chairs, or vases that resemble the female body. His work is not only modern, but also can verge on futuristic—he has already created a walking stick meant to help future citizens of the moon.

Indian, b. 1967

Solo Shows

2009
Cologne, Germany,
'OriginS'

Group Shows

2015
Cologne, Germany,
'Summer Group Show'
2015
Cologne, Germany,
'One And Many Chairs'
2014
Cologne, Germany,
'Summer Group Show'
2012
Cologne, Germany,
'Tutti Designers'
2012
Cologne, Germany,
'SUMMERTIME Gallery Artists'
2011
Cologne, Germany,
'Flower Power'
2010
Cologne, Germany,
'Work In Transit... - Summer Group Show'
2009
Cologne, Germany,
'Permanent Collection - Selected Works By Artists And Designers'
2008
Cologne, Germany,
'Permanent Collection - East Meets West'
2006
Cologne, Germany,
'Contemporary Design'
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