Orange Big Wing Chair by Jurgen Bey

Orange Big Wing Chair by Jurgen Bey

Orange Big Wing Chair by Jurgen Bey

Well not entirely Orange. I’ll admit, but orange enough for this series of posts. Number 50 for a Dutch designer Jurgen Bey.

Photo via the blog of another Dutch designer: Reinier de Jong

This is post number 50 in an attempt to publish 100 Orange Chairs for Inauguration Day.

Dutch Design via Budapest – Wing Chair by Jurgen Bey

Oorstoel or Ear Chair (referring to the huge wing) by Jurgen Bey

the hungarian design festival, ‘wamp’ will begin on february 22nd and run until february 24th, featuring the theme of dutch design. one of the key exhibitions is the ‘via budapest’ exhibition organized by uniquole. this show will display dutch design in the same way as their successful ‘via milano’ series.

Via Design Boom dutch design via budapest

Gardening Bench by Jurgen Bey

JURGEN BEY

Rare “Gardening” bench, 1999
Resin, straw. 55 x 29 x 16 1/4 in. (139.7 x 73.7 x 41.3 cm.) Produced for Droog Design, The Netherlands. One of four existing examples.
ESTIMATE $50,000-70,000

PROVENANCE Friedman Benda, New York

LITERATURE Droog & Dutch Design, From Product to Fashion, exh. cat., Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 2000, pp. 3, 66 and 155; Anneke Moors and Renny Ramakers, eds., Simply Droog, Amsterdam, 2006, p. 161; Droog Design, A Human Touch, exh. cat., Amsterdam, 2006, p. 146

Via Phillips de Pury & Company

Jurgen Bey : Design Milk


Via Jurgen Bey : Design Milk

Jurgen Bey’s Exhibition “Witness Flat” in Brussels, Belgium

Witness Flat, a Jurgen Bey exhibition in Brussels, Belgium “WITNESS FLAT” From Thursday 12 June to Monday 30 June 2008 in La Galerie de Pierre Bergé & associés Place du Grand Sablon 40 1000 Bruxelles

Slats, felt and capable hands have worked together and shared knowledge to compose a temporary apartment made of slats and a sewing machine. A pile of slats and a coil of felt became a test house. At the request of Pierre Bergé & associés the gallery has been transformed by Jurgen Bey into a witness apartment, as if the visitor would enter a show flat. The studio makkink & bey did this with series of totally new designs, in wool, wood and felt.

Via Dezeen