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Tray Endymion 43x22 cm, Yellow

50 USD (incl. VAT)

The British artist and designer Luke Edward Hall has created the interior collection “Endymion” for Svenskt Tenn, in the spring of 2019. This decorative tray in green and yellow colour tones is adorned with his characteristic watercolour faces, combined with elements such as columns and stars. The name comes from Endymion in Greek mythology, a god who achieved endless youth through eternal sleep.

 

  •  Yellow

    Colour: Yellow

  • Size: 43x22 cm

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  • Product information

    The British artist and designer Luke Edward Hall has created the interior collection “Endymion” for Svenskt Tenn, in the spring of 2019. This decorative tray in green and yellow colour tones is adorned with his characteristic watercolour faces, combined with elements such as columns and stars. The name comes from Endymion in Greek mythology, a god who achieved endless youth through eternal sleep.

     

    Art nr: 109556

    Design: Luke Edward Hall
    Material: Birch veneer
    Diameter: 43x22 cm
    FSC- The mark of responsible forestry

  • Designer: Luke Edward Hall

    Luke Edward Hall is a London-based artist and designer. He established his studio in the autumn of 2015 and since then has worked on a broad range of art and design commissions and interior design projects. As well as exhibiting his artwork and creating his own ceramics, fabrics, furniture and accessories, over the past three years he has collaborated with a variety of companies and institutions including Burberry, Richard Ginori, The Rug Company, Christie’s and Royal Academy of Arts. Luke is a columnist for the Financial Times and has contributed to a wide range of magazines including Cabana and House & Garden.