20 — 25 Sep 2022
Craft, Interiors & Furniture, Multi-Disciplinary Design, Art / Collectibles
European design studio Sé will unveil Sé Chic London, an engaging and sensory exhibition set within Gallery Sé. Paying homage to the invitation only underground disco movement of the 1970s, the second instalment will see the afterparty travel to the capital in an apartment setting with a distinctly British narrative.
This September, luxury European design studio Sé will unveil Sé Chic London, an engaging and sensory exhibition within Gallery Sé, which will be transformed for one week only into an experiential setting for the London Design Festival 2022. Building upon the success of the design studio’s presentation at this year’s Salone Del Mobile in Milan, which paid homage to the invitation only underground disco movement in New York and was widely acclaimed as one of the brand’s most significant and progressive exhibitions to date; Sé Chic London will see the afterparty travel to the capital in an apartment setting with a distinctly British narrative. The second instalment of the feel-good disco inspired presentation, Sé Chic London will explore and extended the artistic concept created by founder Pavlo Schtakleff and creative partner Amalia Schtakleff, taking its cues from the bold and sophisticated interior styles of 1970s London, embracing pattern and texture with a playful exuberance. Alongside signature pieces from Sé Collections expansive archive of collectibles in fresh colour ways and materials by Dedar, on display will be the new Grace armchair by Nika Zupanc which previewed in Milan, plus a new ceramic version of the Silence Lamp. The exhibition will also showcase new works by the renowned artists and designers represented by Gallery Sé including a bespoke and mesmerising disco ball designed and crafted in partnership with architectural embroidery atelier Studio MTX. Providing a unique backdrop for Sé Studio’s contemporary interpretation, Parisian textile house Papier Français will exclusively launch their new 1970's wallpaper collection. The preview of the collection at Sé Chic London reissues recently discovered original designs from 1972 and 1975.