Galerie BSL美术馆/ Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

法国设计师Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance完成了巴黎一家美术馆的室内设计,带状的白色可丽耐板铺满整个空间成为其一大特色。

在这个名为Galerie BSL的美术馆中,可丽耐条带蜿蜒于狭窄的单色室内,为展品提供了摆放的平面。

美术馆上月开放,将展出一些包括珠宝饰品和时装在内的孤品。

摄影 Eric Laignel

下面是美术馆的更多资料:

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独家孤品,限量版设计,设计、珠宝与时装产品……Galerie BSL美术馆的展品由这三条主线组成,2010年5月7日在巴黎马莱区23 rue Charlot, Paris 3rd正式对外开放。这个场所由Béatrice Saint-Laurent创建,旨在改造文学与艺术的风格标签。

Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance设计的建筑改变了国际上常见的白色立方体标准美术馆建筑,选用了一种也许适应当代艺术品、但却无法满足美术馆需求的形式。通过沿着整个室内放置一条白色可丽耐螺旋带,Noé重新调整了传统的展品摆放方式。

这个带状结构成为画廊空间的基础,仿佛是用来展示其他物品的展品。正如设计师本人所说:“这是一个真正能突出内部视角的作品,但也可以跟白色板一样保持中立。”

作为陈列柜的如蚕茧一般的外表皮,突出了这个当今最先进的设计项目和其他稀有展品或专门委托:20世纪的照明装置、当代和复古首饰以及时装产品。

这样做的目的是彻底拆除表现方式和年代之间的界限,Béatrice Saint-Laurent希望这能产生丰富的交流。

互相交流、影响、书信往来,这些都是横向阅读和发现之源。“它说的是把各方面结合在一起,从而激发稀有展品之间的交流,”BSL说,“这些展品带来了温馨的体验,衔接各个场景,也引发出更多的看法。

这个现象跟你在工作中见到的一样,无论在哪里都有高质量的设计和限量版的产品。画廊需要的就是制作并呈现出更加个性化的展品,让它们作为奇异的个体展现在人们面前。”

Galerie BSL美术馆于2010年5月7日开放

展品设计师包括:Ron Arad, Gae Aulenti, Djim Berger, Pol Bury, Nacho Carbonell, Taher Chemirik, Attilio Codognato/Jasper Johns, Joe Colombo, Benoît Duvignacq, Martin Grant, Lito Karakostanoglou, Shiro Kuramata, Angelo Lelli, Vico Magistretti, Ingo Maurer, Willy Rizzo, Gino Sarfatti, Ettore Sottsass, Matteo Thun/Andrea Lera, Line Vautrin.


French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance has completed the interior of a gallery in Paris featuring a strip of white Corian wrapped around the space.

Called Galerie BSL, the Corian ribbon sweeps through the narrow monochrome interior, providing surfaces on which objects can be displayed.

The gallery opened last month and will exhibit one-off pieces including jewellery pieces and fashion.

Photographs are by Eric Laignel.

Here’s some more information about the gallery:

Exclusive one-off pieces, limited series, creation in design, jewellery and fashion… A three-part editorial line launched by Galerie BSL which will be opening to the public in the Marais on May 7th 2010, at 23 rue Charlot, Paris 3rd. Founded by Béatrice Saint-Laurent, this is a place that aims at making over the codes of the genre.

The on-site architecture by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance breaks with the international white cube standard for art galleries – a model that may suit contemporary artworks but does not cover the needs of a design gallery. Noé has re-shuffled conventional object display codes by proposing a white Corian spiral scanned by sequences, a sculpture extrapolated to architectural scale.

This structure becomes the founding statement in the gallery’s space: an object for displaying other objects. As the designer himself says: ‘It’s a straight-up piece that accentuates interior perspectives, but which can also be as neutral as a white sheet’.

A shell that is showcase and cocoon, built to enhance the most advanced design projects of today and other rare pieces or exclusive commissions: 20th c. lighting, contemporary and vintage jewellery, fashion creations.

The aim is to effect a radical tearing down of the borders that separate modes of expression and periods, which Béatrice Saint-Laurent hopes will lead to any number of exchanges.

Cross-overs, influences, correspondences – a source of transversal readings and discoveries. ‘It’s about bringing things together and stimulating dialogue between rare objects’, says BSL. ‘Objects bringing an intimate experience, things that connect, that elicit feeling.

It’s the same phenomenon that you see at work wherever there is quality design and limited production. What the gallery wants to do is produce and present objects that are more personal, that talk to us as singular individuals.’

Galerie BSL will be opening on May 7th 2010

showing pieces by Ron Arad, Gae Aulenti, Djim Berger, Pol Bury, Nacho Carbonell, Taher Chemirik, Attilio Codognato/Jasper Johns, Joe Colombo, Benoît Duvignacq, Martin Grant, Lito Karakostanoglou, Shiro Kuramata, Angelo Lelli, Vico Magistretti, Ingo Maurer, Willy Rizzo, Gino Sarfatti, Ettore Sottsass, Matteo Thun/Andrea Lera, Line Vautrin.