Richard Hutten
Vaso sfaccettato, 2013

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Richard Hutten Vaso sfaccettato, 2013


Prod. National Glass Museum Leerdam e Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, Olanda
cm ±25x25x25


Lot offered by Richard Hutten with a 50% donation, shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands

The Copier Facet vase is inspired by Andries Dirk Copier on the occasion of the solo exhibition of Richard Hutten in the museum House of Sonneveld in Rotterdam.

Biography Richard Hutten
“Traditionally design is about solving a problem. I don’t solve problems; I create possibilities”
Rotterdam based Richard Hutten is well known for his conceptual, sustainable and playful designs. As a true innovator, he has established himself as one of the leading international figures in the field, continuously pushing the boundaries of design. As a founding member of the famous Droog design movement, back in 1993, he has put his mark on the design field ever since.
Born in The Netherlands in 1967, Richard Hutten graduated of the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 1991, the same year he started his own design studio. With a team of experts he is working across furniture, product and interior design. Many of his products have become successful design icons, selling over 1.000.000 units world wide.
His work is held in the permanent collections of over 50 museums around the world making him, arguably, one of the most collected living designers. The list includes MoMA New York, Victoria & Albert Museum London, Centraal Museum Utrecht, Vitra Museum Weil am Rhein, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Design Museum London, Design Museum Gent, Chicago Art Institute and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
His work has been exhibited in even more museum, including Museum Boijmans van Beuningen Rotterdam, Kunstmuseum The Hague, Museum Grand Hornu, Zuiderzee museum, Enkhuizen, Design Museum Holon, Triennale Milan, Louisiana Museum Copenhagen, Übersee Museum Bremen, Alvar Aalto Museum Finland, Kunsthal Rotterdam.
His impressive list of clients are leaders in their field and include Moooi, Muij, Offecct, Christofle, Artifort, Japth, Ghidini 1961, Qeeboo, Lensvelt, KPN Telecom, Moroso, Muji, Rabobank, The Standard Hotel NYC, Lloyd hotel, I+I Milano, DSM, Skultuna as well as Gemeentemuseum The Hague, OMA/Rem Koolhaas, MVRDV, Centraal Museum Utrecht, Karl Lagerveld and HRH Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands.
In 2008 he became the Art director of Holland’s second largest furniture brand Gispen, and since 2017 he has the same role at CSrugs.
Hutten’s designs won numerous international awards, such as the Red Dot Award, LAI interior award, Frame magazine / The great Indoors award and the German Design Award.

Why Milano:
I have been coming to Milan for Salone del Mobile every year since I was a design student. It's usually one of the yearly highlights, where we show new projects to the world, and see so many friends again. Milan is a city where I feel at home because it evokes so many good memories, and it was painful to see this city in such a terrible situation. I am nevertheless sure it will recover from this episode fully, and know that we will value it even more in the future.