April 25th the Museum of Arts Decoratifs of Paris will host a monographic exhibition about the Bouroullec's brothers. The exhibit will contain the works of the two brothers in the last 15 years in 800 square meters of dedicated space. The main nave of the museum will host a gigantic textile architecture which will contain their famous projects Algues, North Tiles, Twigs and Clouds. About one hundred objects will be displayed on one side of the main nave and on the opposite aisle (the one facing the Tuileries Garden) will be dedicated to the furnitures designed for the University of Copenhagen and office systems such as Joyn and WorkBay. In this exhibit the two brothers will also present research models, about 300 drawings, films and photographs of their work.
A must see for those around Paris in the next month!