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    The Narcissist Dressing Table

    The Narcissist Dressing Table

    Designed by: Neri&Hu
    Manufactured by: BD Barcelona

    Year of production: 2011

    Their collection “The Narcissist”, which they have made for BD is an example: it is designed in China and made in Barcelona. It seems the world in reverse, but this is just a sample of what is to come. Lyndon and Rossana’s work embodies a confluence of western contemporary design features and traditional oriental roots. This project arose from a script created to measure for them. These are dressing table pieces, a type of furniture —very common in oriental culture— which is in danger of extinction.

    Dressing table: Main body in beech plywood with the outer sides in DM lacquered in glossy black. The inside is solid oak with a natural varnish. Outer structure in iron and aluminium painted in micro-textured black. Mirror with concealed Led lights. The piece has a lock.
    Stool: External structure in micro-textured black steel. Seat upholstered in black leather.

    Dressing table:
    86x34xh.150cm (close)
    117x49xh.150cm (open)

    Stool:
    42x24xh.45cm

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Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu founded neri&hu Design and Research Office in 2004 in Shanghai in order to take on international architecture and design projects. Together they have become one of the most dynamic design forces in China today. The two architects began their studies in Berkeley, California. Lyndon Neri went on to earn his master’s degree at Harvard. For over ten years he was a partner, and project manager for Asia, at Michael Graves&Associates in Princeton and also worked for various New York architecture firms. He is the
founder of Design Republic, a concept store in Shanghai that offers outstanding international design products previously unavailable to Chinese consumers.