Bivouac Exhibit

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.

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