Unfortunately, this year’s edition of PAD Geneve already closed its doors at the 3rd day of February. However, we still have the memories of the extraordinary experience and masterpieces we were able to admire.
The art gallery Portuondo, focused on 20th century decorative arts, showcased this wonderful furniture piece inspired by city’s buildings.
Chastel-Maréchal also brought us the best of fine arts with this interesting metal and wood sculpture inspired by our means of transportation.
Patrick Gutknecht from Switzerland exhibited these elegant and minimalistic stools.
The gallery Priveekollektie returned with its renowned melting bench.
This marvelous hand painted porcelain pyramid enchanted all the visitors in the gallery’s stand.
Still dominating the art fair, the gallery Priveekollektie also showcased its iconic orange table.
However, we also can’t forget the italian Achille Salvagni with its soft, white, cloud-like seat design.
The breathtaking mirror from Armel Soyer, inspired by sea anemones, is truly a masterpiece.
The abstract mirror from the same gallery showed also an interesting perspective in working with this material.
We hope to see you again in the next edition of PAD Geneve. Until then, keep following us for more articles about the best of contemporary art, design and craftsmanship.
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