Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: Bivouac is a beautifully designed catalogue to accompany the exhibition that traces the Bouroullec brothers' design career over fifteen years of collaboration and constant evolution. Published by Éditions Centre Pompidou-Metz, the book highlights their exceptional international career, during which the French brothers have become widely recognized as two of the most exciting and innovative designers working today. Since they began collaborating in the late 1990s, the Bouroullecs have brought a visionary energy to international contemporary design. They consider their studio to be a laboratory, continually experimenting and evolving their designs and objects. Starting out with industrial design projects, the brothers have become known for revolutionary, sleek objects and designs for the home and office, such as furniture and storage systems. Editors-in-chief of the catalogue: Hélène Guenin and Laurent Le Bon, authors: Andrea Branzi, Alex Coles, Christine Colin, Valérie Mrejen, Alice Rawsthorn and Eric Troncy; editors: Claire Bonnevie and Elsa Belaieff; Photographer: Paul Tahon; and Graphic Design by EricandMarie.
Hardcover, 10.25" x 8" x .4", 109 pages including 62 pages of color illustrations, Éditions Centre Pompidou-Metz, 2012.
The exhibition Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: Bivouac was presented at the MCA Oct 20, 2012-Jan 20, 2013. Learn more.