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Bark-lined furniture among showcase of Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance's work in New York
by Ben Dreith

French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance has shown three collections highlighting European vernacular craft traditions at New York gallery Demisch Danant during NYCxDesign.

Duchaufour-Lawrance showed three collections under the Made In Situ collection at the downtown Manhattan gallery Demisch Danant.

Ranging from furniture lined with bark to beeswax candles where the wax becomes part of the candle, the pieces derive from Duchaufour-Lawrance's experience in small European communities and their ecosystems, as well as the unity between craftsmanship and natural processes.

The designer travelled to each place to act as an interpreter between different vernacular traditions and between the traditions and his audience.

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