Hubert Le Gall con Hubert Le Gall: Design Unbound
Taking his inspiration from decorative forms from the past, Hubert Le Gall creates furniture that is at once poetic and functional, such as his 'Pot de Fleurs' chair and 'Goutte d'herbe' commode, juxtaposing ideas in surprising ways and playing on shape, light and colour. While he works in a variety of materials, including wood, glass, resin and ceramic, his favourite medium is bronze. Following a period inspired by botanical forms, he is currently exploring a poetic bestiary. Hubert Le Gall's work embellishes contemporary restaurants, private living spaces and the dining room of the Mayor of Paris. Since 1996 it has been displayed at the Avant-Scene gallery in Paris. Numerous pieces are now in museum collections, including the Musee des Beaux Arts in Montreal, the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris and the Musee de La Piscine in Roubaix. Text in English and French."