A collaboration between 51N4E, Chevalier-Masson & Julie Vandenbroucke, realised as part of the architectural transformation of a private house by 51N4E architecture studio.

Daybed, steel structure, macro foam padding with wool/polyester covering, 300 x 300 cm

A solitary ‘throne’ or picnic ground for ten people, this oversized piece emphasizes social relations, suggesting a free way to use its landscape where each neighbour determines their own personal space in relation to others.

Limited serie of 4 exemplars. One is part of the Ghent Design Museum's collection, B.

St Eloois Winkel
photo: Julie Vandenbroucke
chromatic plan, pencil on paper
51N4E monographic exhibition " Double or Nothing",  at Bozar, Brussels, 2011 - photo: Filip Dujardin
"Reasons for Walling a House",  Valerie Traan Gallery, Antwerpen 2012, photo: Filip Dujardin
Milan avril 2012, Belgium is Design, "Perspectives" à la Triennale Design Museum

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