Karl Lagerfeld Architectures at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

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Coinciding with FIAC, Carpenters Workshop Gallery presents new works by Karl Lagerfeld with the help of architect Aline Asmar d’Amman, inspired by Greek mythology and the Antiquity, referred to as the origin of beauty, culture and modernity by the designer. The line includes tables, lamps, consoles, fountains and mirrors.

Each piece is carved from a carefully selected marble block, the Arabescato Fantastico, a rare vibrant white marble with dark grey veins which has not been quarried for more than thirty years, or black Nero Marquina marble, curated for its brush stroke-like, milky white veins. The combination of the material uniqueness with the timeless designs makes every piece exclusive.

Only available as limited edition of eight pieces in each marble colour, plus four artist proofs, each sculptural work is made with the special marble, which is then precisely cut, sculpted, faceted and polished in Italy by the best craftsmen, to achieve the vibrant exactness of the elements. The shades of the table lamps are distinctively hand-painted in the most traditional technique of decorative arts, pushing the boundaries of craftsmanship and traditions.

Shifting between the antique and the contemporary, the icons of classics and the finest present skills, the black and white architectonic creations embody Karl Lagerfeld’s timeless monochromatic style.