|||||||||||||||||Arik Levy gives us the lowdown|Levy’s Fractal Cloud lighting and Workit desking system at his Ldesign firm’s Paris headquarters|Fractal Cloud on display at the Absent Nature exhibition at the Wright 21 gallery in Chicago in 2008|Based on confessional booths, these chairs were part of Levy’s 2010 Confessions exhibition in Paris|Renders of Levy’s three storage boxes inspired by human anatomy – called Dick, Pussy, Ass|The latest edition of Layer Chair, designed for Viccarbe in 2010|Acoustic Panels, also part of 2010’s Layer collection for Viccarbe. The panels are intended to improve the absorption of sound in office spaces|The moveable silent wall, for Vitra in 2010, minimises office noise|Toolbox, for Vitra in 2010|Secure personal storage, in Locker – also made for Vitra this year|Elevation Benches, part of the Flora 2010 collection|The Beam Desk, for Swedese in 2006|A wider view of the Elevation Benches, offset by greenery|Geo tables, for Urban Council in 2006|GiantRock sculpture, part of Levy’s Bigger Than Man series|EMU Pattern chair, 2010 – in pressed and moulded sheet metal||
06 Dec 2010

Arik Levy: technopoet

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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