Belgian designer Bram Boo will be presenting several of his works later this month at the Salone in Milan.
At the Ventura Lambrate Zone, in the Unday Gallery, a show co-produced by Z33 will showcase Bram Boo's "Still Life" desk. With this project, Boo uses the silent beauty of basic office items translated into storage. For instance, the monitor is to order documents; and the keyboard to order pens. Also, the "Overdose cupboard" - a new addition to Boo's "Overdose collection" which he began in 2007 will be present here.
A second exhibition; "Je suis dada" - Between Dream and Reality, curated by Inge Vranken, will also see Boo's designs taking part. To be held at the Spazio Herno in Via Savona from the 14th to the 19th of April it's a touring exhibition about surealism and design, and a piece of his 2004 collection "Gypsy Things" will feature.
And last, but certainly not least; a new creation from the designer will debut at the 2010 Milan furniture fair too.
The Belgian company Indera will be launching his "Barbasso" coffee tables which fuse functionality with humour, enriched by an additional tabletop and asymmetrical legs.
Uncredited images courtesy Bram Boo.