Danny Venlet: Interior Architect & Designer

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Max Borka
Antique Collectors Club Limited, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 159 pages
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"The work of Danny Velvet (b. 1958, Victoria, Australia) is probably one of the best kept secrets in the world of design. While this may partly have its reason in the fact that Velvet has been living and working in two opposed parts of the world, Australia and Belgium, it may also be explained by what largely defines the essence of his personality and work - humble, thriving on understatement, laid back and relaxed. Finally, there is the fact that Velvet - while being credited as the inventor of a curvy, more organic and humanizing minimalism - does not cultivate one single style as a designer or interior architect. People are his main material as each time they bring him to a different solution by teasing or pleasing, in order to make them change their attitudes or to interact. This book gives the first comprehensive overview of a career spanning over two decades. During this period Velvet not only revolutionized the world of office, outdoor and residential furniture, with award --

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