London’s Aram Gallery launches the fourth exhibition of designers’ prototypes and experiments on 21 January, this time focusing on objects made from metal. Models (coat rack, by Vandasye, pictured) will be displayed alongside original sketches, both rarely seen outside the studio. The show runs until 6 March.
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