phillipe malouin: clear but not that simple

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Will Yates-Johnson, Phillipe Malouin and Eva Feldkamp, team & family

Two days ago we went to the opening of Phillipe Malouin ‘s solo exhibition in Italy. A show curated by Maria Cristina Didero for PROJECTB Gallery in Milan – a fantastic venue separated in five sleek rooms with neon lights on the ceiling. Literally made for Philippe’s array of work that the team developed within the last two years. The presentation refers to the Brutalist architecture of Juliaan Lampens.

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Shelf of the ‘Slat’series

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‘1-4′ bowls

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Will Yates-Johnson and Corinna Gardner from the V&A

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MDF Wall Pieces

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Pendulum Installation

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‘Functional Shapes’ bookstand

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‘Type Cast’ chair

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Philippe Malouin, Alvin Chan, Will Yates-Johnson and Sacha Leong, all his best friend came from London to celebrate with Philippe

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As if the world knew Philippe loves to wear black, all dressed accordingly

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