2019

London Design Festival 2019 x SCP Curtain Road

SCP host a programme of exhibitions titled The Landscape of Symbols. Collectively they seek to explore our relationship with the unmade world that surrounds us and how it influences the objects we make and use. For this years London Design Festival, David Weeks Studio has develop two Sofa collections as part of the Landscape of Symbols. The Sonar and…

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Les Rogers’ Four Monsters

Paintings by Les Rogers All the strangers came today And stopped into a strange hotel I just kept looking at the side of her face Shut softly your watery eyes We were born upside down She was born in spring I was born too late   38 Walker Street September 6 – October 4, 2019…

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The Utility Banquet

A show about the tools that artists use to make their art. Curated by Rodger Stevens and David Weeks Myra Von Busekist, Hiroyuki Hamada, Steven Haulenbeek, Tyler Hays, Kieran Kinsella, Christopher Kurtz, Chris Lehrecke, Ted Muehling, Eric Roinestad, Rodger Stevens, David Weeks and Karl Zahn  

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The Obtainable Iris

David Weeks Studio explores color, glass and light seen through the iris of the studio’s signature forms.   David Weeks Studio 38 Walker St. Thursday, May 16 – May 19, 2019

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M’Afrique Detached – 10 Years Later 2019

We are thrilled to be a part of Moroso’s M’Frique Detached – 10 Years Later. Up for viewing at Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2019. MOROSO at Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2019 Fiera Milano in Rho Hall 16 – Stand A29-B22 April 10th-13th 11.00 am – 9.00 pm April 14th 11.00 am – 7.00 pm Moroso.it

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Boden for Roll&Hill

  We are excited to announce Boden, our first collection with Roll&Hill. Select pieces will be on view at the Roll&Hill booth at Euroluce, Hall 13, Booth E01 + E05.

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Treble

Treble is the ninth lighting collection, further exploring the studio’s design language of balance and reduction on a more expansive scale. Treble is reminiscent of cursive penmanship exercises and how a drawn line seamlessly connects individual elements. These lines are the blue print for the curved brass arms that make up the collection’s repeating components. Each tier…

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