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Auping is celebrating '50 years of designer sleep in Belgium', highlighting the evolution of the day bed with upcoming local design talent. The premium bedding brand challenges creative Sep Verboom and paper artist Margaux Baert to create an artistic installation with the frame of sofa bed Cleopatra, based on their sustainable dreamworld. Please, Have a Look at Margaux’s and Sep’s Cleopatra installations. And Please, Have a Seat on our Noa day beds!
Margaux Baert's 'day-dreaming-bed' is an ode to (re)connect with nature. Her installation is an invitation to let ourselves go and to let our mind run away, in other words: to daydream. The center of the bed remains empty, as if someone was present before and left the space ready for the upcoming daydreamer. The Brussels based paper artist wants to evoke daydreaming with Auping as a nature growing and blooming directly on the surface of the day bed, suggesting an excape to nature from the inside of a room, with a sensation of serenity, well-being and surprise. "After seeing the piece, I would love for the audience to feel they were transported into someone’s daydreaming. I hope the piece will truly inspire the visitors into sustainability, slow living and into reconnecting with the essential."
Margaux Baert (1990) is a paper artist and craft designer based in Brussels, Belgium. She discovers and works different techniques of paper during her studies in ENSAV La Cambre (Brussels), from the creation of paper feather masks to window display installations. Graduated from the Visual and Graphic Communication section of the school, she works as a freelance art director for clients from furniture or fashion design, like the belgian luxury brand Natan and the Japanese clothing apparel company Uniqlo, while keeping a strong interest for paper cut and paper volumes. In 2020, Margaux establishes her paper art studio and settles in her own atelier in the heart of Ixelles (Belgium), where visitors can immerse themselves in this poetic, dreamy and delicate atmosphere that characterize her work.
Margaux Baert's 'day-dreaming-bed' is made out of cardboard and paper made from 100% FSC certified forests that are managed with consideration for people, wildlife and the environment, and 100% chlorine-free ECF pulp.
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