pavillon démontable 6×9

Le périple du Pavillon 6x9 Bally :
2014 Basel ... Miami ... 2015 Shanghaï ...


Foreword

by Frédéric de Narp, Bally CEO

The point is not so much to move with the times or even to be ahead of one’s time but to understand it, to be part of it, to capture its trends, its vibrations and aspirations. Acting upon this statement and these principles, Bally wishes to celebrate designers and ar- tists from the Modernist movement, and most of all the Swiss archi- tect Pierre Jeanneret.

Pierre Jeanneret worked alongside and often in the shadow of his cousin Le Corbusier. He was a pioneer of this movement and often collaborated with fellow designers and architects Charlotte Perriand and Jean Prouvé. His creativity, ingenuity, humanism and discretion captivated Bally who has decided to put together a collection dedicated to his work and legacy.

To be modern is to always be modern; it is a way of being, of seeing and of thinking rather than a mere question of temporality.

The Modernists that we celebrate today stood at the crossroads of architecture and what was to become design. They created decisively modern, rational and functional constructions and pieces
of furniture, which are now exhibited in the most 1 prestigious museums and collections all over the world.These founding fathers of a certain aesthe-

tic vision and of the Esprit Nouveau movement have continued to inspire generations of desi- gners, and artists of all kinds.

The Modernists were modern in the 1950s and remain so today.They have left behind a certain idea of what unity of art is: a functional object can also be beautiful and the boundaries between art and usefulness have been abolished.

Today, Bally wishes to pay tribute to the pioneers who embody the core values carried out by the brand through its style and strategic decisions, and to share its passion for the artistic community with the exhibition ‘TriangleWalks’ held in Delano South Beach’s beau- tiful orchard during Art Basel – Miami Beach.




										

© Stéphane Feugère

© Anh Phi FORWARD, Paris.

© Anh Phi FORWARD, Paris.

© Anh Phi FORWARD, Paris.

© Anh Phi FORWARD, Paris.

© Anh Phi FORWARD, Paris.

© Anh Phi FORWARD, Paris.

© Anh Phi FORWARD, Paris.

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