The Invisible Collection, the first and only online platform to make designers’ work and pieces available to the public to purchase, has unveiled their latest partnership: with Parisian design studio, Pierre Augustin Rose.
The new collection brings forth a selection of pieces that allow the past to communicate with newer, fresher, more contemporary lines and create an overall effect of timelessness. The line includes The New Bauhaus Chair – a piece that featured in Riccardo Tisci’s first campaign for Burberry earlier this year – alongside other delightfully bold furniture designs like the Minotaur Chair with it’s curving, sculptural form (inspired by Picasso’s iconic creations).
“Pierre Augustin Rose, is a very young brand with a very strong DNA. They show such rare confidence and skills paired with a deep knowledge of all that is design. This is a brand full of promises and we are proud to support them and introduce them to our clients,” says Isabelle Dubern, co-founder of The Invisible Collection
Following this exclusive partnership, from October to December 2019, the design studio – which is made up of Pierre Bénard, Augustin Deleuze and Nina Rose – will be unveiling their very first London exhibition of pieces with design gallery The Invisible Collection.
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