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The World of Interiors July 2019

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1 There was a swing towards strappy lighting at the Salone, as seen in Formafantasma’s trapeze-like prototype for Flos. ‘WireLine’ – consisting of a rubber belt and a borosilicate-glass tube that contains an led strip – can be installed individually or grouped for an elaborate composition. Visit flos.com. 2 Jacopo Foggini’s mastery of methacrylate, a material more often used to produce car reflectors, shone brightly in the form of chandeliers such as this ‘Brilli’. Ring 00 39 02 5410 1409, or visit jacopofoggini.it. 3 Fabrics were top of the bill at Cinema Arti, a Rationalist-era former picture palace, where Dimore Milano screened, alongside its other products, ‘Sancarlo Blue’ (left) and ‘Dance with the Devil Blue’. Ring 00 39 02 3656 3420, or visit dimoregallery.com. 4 There was a Japanese flavour to an installation…

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antennae roundup

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paper planes

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books

BAUHAUS WOMEN: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE (by Elizabeth Otto and Patrick Rössler; Herbert Press, rrp £30) BAUHAUS IMAGINISTA (eds Marion von Osten and Grant Watson; Thames & Hudson, rrp £39.95) A century after the founding of the Bauhaus, the school’s women students remain largely unknown. Anni Albers may have hit recent headlines with her show at Tate Modern, but names such as Ruth Hollos and Etel Fodor are the stuff of footnotes. There are two reasons for this. After the Bauhaus closed in 1933, German women were forcibly recast as mothers and homemakers. Lydia Driesch-Foucar, a Bauhaus potter, spent the Nazi years baking gingerbread biscuits; Ilse Fehling, a sculptor, made frocks. This was not the only cause of their historical forgetting, though. For all its avant-garde fame, the Bauhaus had been…

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solid crew

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serious pursuits

BRITAIN 12 JUNE-22 SEPTEMBER DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY, GALLERY RD, LONDON SE21 THE COLOUR PALACE. Clad in bright geometric patterns, the ten-metre-high pavilion will host performances and events during the London Festival of Architecture. Details: dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk. 16 JUNE-7 JULY THE OLD RECTORY, QUENINGTON, GLOS FRESH AIR SCULPTURE. Take a stroll around an expansive organic garden, filled with 130 pieces of contemporary sculpture. Details: freshairsculpture.com. 19 JUNE BONHAMS, NEW BOND ST, LONDON W1 THE CLIVE COLLECTION. Tick-tock, find a clock at the sale of one of the finest collections of early English timepieces. The ‘222’ by master clockmaker Thomas Tompion lives up to the horological hype. Details: bonhams.com. 19-28 JUNE OLYMPIA, HAMMERSMITH RD, LONDON W14 THE ART AND ANTIQUES FAIR. Specialist dealers come together for seven days of unrivalled decorative joy. Details: olympia-art-antiques.com. 20 JUNE-6 OCTOBER SERPENTINE…