Weissert + Grau / Germany


Weissert + Grau (Mia Grau & Andree Weissert): Atomteller + X Table. When Form Follows Fallacy. Decoding decoration. A series of 19 plates in traditional Delft blue, on which windmills of old have been replaced by their contemporary equivalent: each plate shows one of the 19 nuclear power plants in Germany. Playing with typologies and the tradition of German craftmanship, the plates are also meant as conversation pieces, provoking discussion on the ideas of Heimat, nostalgia, progress, technology and hybris, but also as a monument to fallacy and futility. At the Biennale Interieur the plates are displayed on another recent design by Andree Weissert, the X- Table - X being a very important sign for resistance in the German anti Atom movement. Daring the impossible, the X-Table is also the last of a long line of table studies., topped by a hand-colored concrete surface of just 8 mm thick.

25th Silver Edition

14-23 October 2016

Kortrijk, Belgium


A festive 25th edition programme

40.000 m2 of contemporary design in the halls of Kortrijk Xpo

Summit: Interior Design & Retail

Scenography & curated content by OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen

Interieur Bars, designed by winners of the INTERIEUR AWARDS

Extending the Biennale programme into a day and night experience

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