Mursi – coffee table | Piergil Fourquié

Coffee table Mursi Piergil Fourquié 1

| Product type: Furniture
| Designer: Piergil Fourquié

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coffee table “Mursi”

MURSI is a set of low tables whose base is a silvery and coloured glass bubble. The collection brings to the fore the traditional know-how and proficiency of the Nový Bor (Czech Republic) master glassblowers, experts in Bohemian crystal. The cantilever table top is a disk of metal coated in silk-screen printed leather with metallic pigments, thus combining the latest techniques with the most traditional of craftsmanship skills. The pattern is composed of a multitude of small squares, some discernible, others less so, which appear to shimmer depending on the light.

Dimensions:H 30 x D 60,5 cm / H 37,5 x D 75 cm
Materials: silk-screen printed leather and blown glass
Galerie Gosserez edition

Coffee table Mursi Piergil Fourquié 2

Detail of the leather by Atelier Frémy
Photos © Maxime Champion

About Piergil Fourquié

Piergil Fourquié was born in Paris in 1979. He studied at ENSAAMA (Olivier de Serres) school of Art and Design in Paris (1999-2001) for a first graduation. He then graduated with honours at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design in England in 2002 in industrial design. After graduating, he worked as a designer at “the Cent Degrés” an agency in the field of perfumes and cosmetics. Since 2006 he had been working as a free lance designer, sharing his time between Arik Levy’s studio and developing his personal projects, some of which have been on show in Galerie Gosserez. In 2013, he founded the French National Federation for Design that went on organizing two exhibitions in Carrousel du Louvre during Paris Design Week.From 2013 to 2015 he worked alongside star designer Philippe Starck at the heart of his design department where he helped developing industrial products and furniture. In September 2015, capitalizing on his 11 year high profile experiences, he created his own studio.

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