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Ilco

London, UK

ilco is an art and design studio formed by Madeleine Duflot (b.1994), from Strasbourg, France, and Koa Pham (b.1993) from Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam, origins that are derived and merged into the studio name (‘il’ meaning ‘he’ in French and ‘co’ adopted from ‘she’ in Vietnamese).
“Our aim is to increase people’s wellbeing through the environment they live in and experience daily, by filling it up with playful and thought-provoking objects and furniture. We believe in the therapeutic benefits of the arts and want to demystify the ‘holly artwork’, to make interactions with artworks casual and accessible to everyone. Merging art with design, we create works that have both spiritual and practical functions.”
ilco won the UAL Creative Entreprise Award in Artist / Maker category in June 2019.

Now on Sale
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Into-form explores the concept of gestalt: the idea of a form created by individual parts arranged together and to be seen as a whole rather than as a sum of its components. Five shapes are at the disposal of the user who has the freedom to join them together depending on their needs and feelings.

INTO-FORM

ODD_top.jpg

Into-form explores the concept of gestalt: the idea of a form created by individual parts arranged together and to be seen as a whole rather than as a sum of its components. Five shapes are at the disposal of the user who has the freedom to join them together depending on their needs and feelings.

INTO-FORM

ODD_top.jpg

INTO-FORM

Into-form explores the concept of gestalt: the idea of a form created by individual parts arranged together and to be seen as a whole rather than as a sum of its components. Five shapes are at the disposal of the user who has the freedom to join them together depending on their needs and feelings.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

Into-form explores the concept of gestalt: the idea of a form created by individual parts arranged together and to be seen as a whole rather than as a sum of its components. Five shapes are at the disposal of the user who has the freedom to join them together depending on their needs and feelings.

INTO-FORM

ODD_top.jpg

Into-form explores the concept of gestalt: the idea of a form created by individual parts arranged together and to be seen as a whole rather than as a sum of its components. Five shapes are at the disposal of the user who has the freedom to join them together depending on their needs and feelings.

INTO-FORM

Ilco