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A Droog Touch in Sydney

 Droog, Tejo Remy [Dutch, b. 1960] for Droog Design<br>You can't lay down your memories chest of drawers

Chest of Drawers by Tejo Remy, 1993

Object Gallery will be hosting A Human Touch, an exhibition of world renowned design phenomonon, Droog Design.

As the media release states

Droog Design is one of the most influential design stables in the world. Steadily growing since its inception in 1993, the Droog Design collection presently features over 180 designs by over 100 designers, encompassing lighting, furniture, tabletop, kitchen, bathroom, accessories and more. The designers that Droog approaches share a mentality that looks at design as both a functional statement and conceptual discourse.

The A Human Touch is curated by founders Renny Ramakers and Gijs Bakker and designed by Simon Heijdens.

The result of Droog’s curatorial approach is a collection of aesthetic and functional objects which together represent an idiosyncratic view on design in the 21st century.

Sydney Opera House Exhibition Hall
5 August – 1 October 2006
Open Tuesday to Saturday
11am – 8pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm
(Closed Monday)

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