Belgian Design at Salone Satellite

10 designers selected by WBDM (Wallonie-Bruxelles Design/Mode), an organization voted to the development of designers and fashion designers in Wallonia and Brussels.
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
Eight of them have been selected by WBDM for the first time, next to well-known names like Emmanuel Bauthier and Emmanuel Gardin.
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
Audrey Bahim loves creating "essential furniture in which the priority is function". Emmanuel Bauthier defines her new collection as "retro-funk: contemporary, intuitive and that can be used in different ways".
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
Pascal Breucker interrogates himself on our models of daily consumption. For Kenny Berghe, "design is the research through which you create a product that respects the balance between function, aesthetic, ergonimcs and ecology".
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
Jean-Baptiste Goetgheluck’s objects want to be both "contemporary and timeless". Textile designer Laure Kasiers creates carpets that are, "guided by materials and by tactile and sensual sensations".
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
Emmanuel Gardin creates flexible objects that allow us to modify our space in function of our needs.
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
Collective RAD Product design standard objects to investigate their functional and formal characteristics.
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
Giulia Sugranyes Foletti presents some familiar, known and recognizable objects that solicit our senses in a recreational way.
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012
And finally, duo TwoDesigners share "a very graphic vision of design, tied to a passion for Street Art".
LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012

LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012

LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012

LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012

LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012

LTVs, Salone Satellite Milano 2012


Photos via belgiumisdesign.be
25 April 2012