Curva, detail [picture].

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Author/Artist: 
Aerts, Leo, 1957-
Publisher: 
[Geel, Belgium], 2008.
Description: 
glass, wood ; 61 cm. x 160 cm. x 40 cm.
Juror: 
Marioni, Dante.
Berwick, Rachel.
Groot, Mieke.
Technique: 
Assembling
Other Authors: 
Herreman, Lieven photographer
Format of Material: 
Photographs
Bib ID: 
122192
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Corning Museum of Glass Institution Archive
Call Number: 
NGR digital submissions, NGR 30, 2008, Binder 3, Entry D449.1-3.08
Notes: 
Description in New Glass Review: Glass, wood.
Leo Aerts is an interior architect-designer.
Description from entry form: This cupboard collection in curved multi-ply board exists of only a few components with an aluminium connector that are joint [joined] to a full cupboard, simple, sober, clear. Because of the minimum use of materials and the loose connection of the components this cupboard is perfectly recyclable. Materials include walnut, wenge, maple wood or lacquered (white, black, grey, orange, red, blue, green.
Object discussed in Jury Statement by Dante Marioni.
Technique: Assembling.
Type: Furniture.
Image from CD-ROM supplied by artist.
Image orientation: Landscape.
Published in: New Glass Review 30, p. 4, no. 1.
Nationality: Belgian
Series: 
New Glass Review 30; entry no. 449.2.08
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 30 no. 1
Object/Material Note: 
Published in New Glass Review Jury Statement: AI77604, p. 71