Benjamin Brolet|||||||||||Alain Berteau, in Brussels: “Belgian design is a strange and messy melange”|Sylvain Willenz’s Matt tech accessories for Objekten|The Berteau-designed Swing lamp|The stacking Side chair, made by Belgian firm Vange|Fur Pocket tablet holder by Clare Debien for Objekten|Have your cake: Berteau’s slice-shaped Cake stool for Wildspirit|Strates, a desk by Mathieu Lehanneur, has modular interlocking shelving|Tamawa, a bakelite USB stick in mix-and-match|Dock Box, a desktop stationary holder with handy built-in docking|Inflated idea: the Quilted stool is pumped up with air by hand||
13 Apr 2012

Alain Berteau takes manufacturing to task

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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