Established & Sons LIMITED is pleased to announce its first time participation at collectable art and design fair Nomad St Moritz, 6-9 February 2020.
00 KEBA1 Kebab Lamp Series, Committee 2020 © Nick Rochowski

The exhibition of works, under the title of Materiality, presents new commissions as well as a curated selection of its most coveted Limited Edition designs. A total of 16 unseen unique pieces and distinguished limited edition works will be exhibited by a selection of its designer roster: Barber Osgerby, Committee, Formafantasma, Liselotte Watkins, Roy McMakin, and Terence Woodgate with John Barnard.

One of the highlights of the show will be Liselotte Watkins’s Objects of Desire Series. Following her collaborations with Prada and legendary Italian porcelain workshop Bitossi, Watkins partners with Established & Sons for the first time to create a considered collection combining her expressive linework, bold colours and feminine forms with vintage Italian ceramics. The pieces are unrepeatable and representative of the beginning of a new era of limited edition collaborations between the brand and artists and designers.

The Kebab lamps by London art and design duo Committee have long been a favourite among collectors. For Nomad, Committee has revisited its original methodology to create a new series of lamps.

OBJEC1 Trinitá, Objects of Desire Series, Liselotte Watkins 2019 © Established & Sons - Photography by Maria Enqvist From Then On Formafantasma 2014 Establishedand Sons Limited Peer Lindgreen Exhibition 01 300dpi Time as a Circular Motion, Formafantasma 2014 © Established & Sons - Photography by Peer Lindgreen SURFACE TABLE L4000 03 T Woodgate J Barnard K Lathigra Established Sons 300dpi Surface Table, Terence Woodgate with John Barnard 2008 © Established & Sons - Photography by K. Lathigra

Established & Sons’ Limited Edition collections first launched in Milan in 2005 and bring together art, design, manufacturing technology and master craftsmanship to provide a platform for ambitious, exciting and visionary works that challenge the status quo. The catalogue of collectable design spans over 70 pieces from 18 pioneering contemporary designers and includes some of the most important and boundary-pushing designs of the 21st century.

Among them are the computer-modelled Aqua Table by Zaha Hadid, which broke auction records after its initial release, the industrially accomplished Iris table series by Barber Osgerby (on show at Nomad), the structurally complex Drift and West benches by Amanda Levete, and the high-tech carbon fibre Surface Table by Terence Woodgate with John Barnard (on show at Nomad).

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