Gallery: ‘Memorabilia’ Showcases Unique Eco-Designs within a Gorgeous M...

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Located in a restored mid-14th century Franciscan Monastery in the city of Liege, Belgium, "Memorabilia" is a beautiful exhibition featuring international designs that pay homage to personal memories. A concept by Reciprocity's artistic director Giovanna Massoni, and produced by local designer Kaspar Hamacher and Matylda Krzykowski, this exhibition hosted plenty of local crafts and traditional objects with a sustainable bent. Check out our gallery and discover some of the best of Belgian design!

Memorabili’s scenographers and local eco-designers Kaspar Hamacher and Matylda Krzykowski exhibited ¨Display Case¨, a set of 12 solid oak containers made from fallen trees. The storage system can display or hide personal souvenirs.

“Megaphone” by Milan Polytechnic graduates En & Is is a sculptural amplifier for iPhone / iPods made from ceramic. Shaped like a horn, the natural amplifier rests on a wooden flat-pack frame to make the most of musical vibrations.

Belgian Raphaël Charles’ “Multiple” is a transformable coffee table made from of a series of locally sourced beech poles that can be reconfigured again and again thanks it used of magnets.


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