Nauta & Gordijn's Fragile Future III was selected to show in the exhibition "Space Oddity" at the Grand Hornu Museum.
The exhibition touches on a metaphorical and poetic tableau of an unlikely future; a naïve vision of an imaginary world that has turned towards the weird and the bizarre. The first part of the show is a stroll through a landscape that expresses man’s fascination with these space oddities, a fantasy inspired by conscious and unconscious references to the canons and classics of the genre.
Some use state-of-the-art technology to challenge future modes of production. But the real value of the projects shown here resides above all in their dream-like and fantastical dimension. Poetry is also part of the future.
In collaboration with Carpenters Workshop Gallery.
We are proud to announce that or Fragile Future Concreet Chandelier sold to the V&A was part of the exhibition at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn, in cooperation with the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The exhibition was held under the patronage of HRH The Prince of Wales.
This was the 6th time that Luminale took place in Frankfurt and the German Rhine-Main region. After the rapid growth of the early years, it levelled off with around 170 events and thus ranks among Europe’s established and important architecture and art festivals.
Studio Drift were invited to show a large selection of work in the historical Palmen Garten. We were able to entertain 45.000 visitors in 6 days with our latest Flylight, Shylight and Fragile Future III.
Studio Drift presented a composition of Shylights as a premiere at Design Days Dubai from 17-21 March 2012.
We were asked by Design Days Dubai to make an intervention at the first fair of the Middle East and South Asia’s dedicated to collectible and limited edition furniture and design objects, has ushered in a new chapter in the arts and cultural scene of Dubai, by defining a strong platform for emerging and established designers, in its first edition that recorded a turnout of 8,500 high-end visitors.