Fascinating artistry

Belgian designer Arne Quinze is sometimes considered one of the craziest in the field, sometimes as a creative phenomenon. It’s likely that these responses are due to his expressive idiom, but also to his way of moving freely and often between architecture, design and art. His style can be compared to an elegant blend of chaos and passion, irrespective of whether it concerns interior design, furniture for Moroso, town planning, Lamborghini models or shoes. Or indeed one of his most famous works – the gigantic wood sculpture for the equally controversial Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert. In Arne Quinze Works, published by Gestalten, a series of photographs, sketches
and the artist’s thoughts give the reader an insight into some 40 of his works and thus also his cosmos. Both inspiring and instructive.