Showcasing their impressive repertoire, French siblings and designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have opened an exhibit that’s displaying their work from the past 15 years.
Currently on show at the , the exhibit is filling a 1000-sq-m gallery with the work. Called Bivouac, which means a temporary encampment, the exhibit comprises largely of scenographic pieces. Also on display are prototypes and finished products, plus both mass-produced and hand-crafted items.
‘The exhibition is neither an inventory nor a retrospective of their work,’ explains the Centre Pompidou-Metz. ‘Rather, it illustrates the current state of their designs and research, in constant evolution.’
This is the brothers’ first major solo show in France. It can be visited until 30 July, 2012.