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- Composition: Porcelain
- Dimensions: Depth: 9.36 inches Height: 2.93 inches Width: 14.04 inches
- Product code:58001880WD
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Working days are Monday to Friday. Orders are shipped from Italy.
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More about Future Systems
The London practice Future Systems was founded in 1979 by Jan Kaplicky (Czechoslovakia 1937-2009), who graduated from the College of Applied Arts and Architecture in Prague in 1962. Starting in 1968 Kaplicky began working in London with Denys Lasdun, Piano & Rogers, Spencer & Webster and Norman Foster. After obtaining professional experience with Alsop & Lyall, YRM Architects and Richard Rogers & Partners, in 1989 he opened his own practice in partnership with Amanda Levete, who was born in Bridgend, Britain, in 1955 and graduated from the Architectural Association in London in 1982. Future Systems works worldwide on architectural projects, street furniture, interiors, industrial design and visual communication. Their work is extremely innovative, visually striking, inspired by functionality and technology. Their most well known projects include: the Stonehenge Visitor Centre (1992), the Hauer-King House in London (1994), the Natwest Media Centre at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London (1994-99), the floating footbridge connecting Canary Wharf with the West India Quay in London (1994-99) and the showroom spaces for Comme des Garçons in New York, Tokyo and Paris.