Desk Clock by
Nathalie du Pasquier & George Sowden
for Neos Lorenz, 1988 Italy

Desk Clock by Nathalie du Pasquier & George Sowden for Neos Lorenz, 1988 Italy


Table clock by Nathalie du Pasquier & George Sowden for Neos Lorenz, Italy 1988
Lacquered wood, glass, enameled aluminum
6½ w × 2½ d × 10¾ h in

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PHXgallery Nathalie du Pasquier 'Largesse' fruit bowl, Objects for the Electronic Age, 1984 ARC 74


NATHALIE DU PASQUIER
& GEORGE SOWDEN

PHXgallery Nathalie du Pasquier & George Sowden

George Sowden & Nathalie du Pasquier, 1984

PHXgallery Nathalie du Pasquier 'Largesse' fruit bowl, Objects for the Electronic Age, 1984 ARC 74

NATHALIE DU PASQUIER

& GEORGE SOWDEN

NATHALIE DU PASQUIER
& GEORGE SOWDEN

PHXgallery Nathalie du Pasquier & George Sowden

George Sowden & Nathalie du Pasquier, 1984

NATHALIE DU PASQUIER
& GEORGE SOWDEN

NATHALIE DU PASQUIER is a painter and designer. She was born in Bordeaux, France in 1957 and has lived in Milan since 1979 where she met the designer George Sowden. Two years after moving to Milan, she met Ettore Sottsass who invited her and Sowden to become founding members of the Memphis Group. Her iconic patterns for Memphis are today the group's most recognizable designs. They have become a widely recognized aspect of the Memphis brand and defined the esthetic of the 1980s in general.
In 1987, she dedicated herself to painting after designing furniture and objects. Over the past 10 years her fine art career has had strong recognition and her iconic Memphis work has been re-edited by brands like American Apparel and the Conran Shop, entering the lives of new generations and showing how relevant her early work is today.

GEORGE SOWDEN is an architect and designer. He was born in Leeds, UK in 1942. After studying architecture at the Gloucester college of art he moved to Milan in 1970 where he founded his own design and product development studio in 1979. He met Ettore Sottsass while working as a design consultant for Olivetti. Sottsass invited Sowden and his wife Nathalie Du Pasquier to co-found the Memphis Group in 1981. Their contributions to the New Design are now the most emblematic of the movement that changed design and pop culture.
After the Memphis Group disbanded in 1988, Sowden collaborated with world-famous companies like Olivetti, Alessi, Bodum, Guzzini, Lorenz, Rancilio, Steelcase, Swatch, Segis, Memphis, IPM, Moulinex, Telecom Italia, Tefal and Pyrex. Today SOWDEN is his eponymous brand that offers a collection of innovative products for the 21st century.

NATHALIE DU PASQUIER is a painter and designer. She was born in Bordeaux, France in 1957 and has lived in Milan since 1979 where she met the designer George Sowden. Two years after moving to Milan, she met Ettore Sottsass who invited her and Sowden to become founding members of the Memphis Group. Her iconic patterns for Memphis are today the group's most recognizable designs. They have become a widely recognized aspect of the Memphis brand and defined the esthetic of the 1980s in general.
In 1987, she dedicated herself to painting after designing furniture and objects. Over the past 10 years her fine art career has had strong recognition and her iconic Memphis work has been re-edited by brands like American Apparel and the Conran Shop, entering the lives of new generations and showing how relevant her early work is today.

http://www.nathaliedupasquier.com/

PHXgallery 'Esmerelda Chair' by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1985

'Esmerelda Chair' by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1985

PHXgallery Table 'Madras' by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1986

Table 'Madras' by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1986

PHXgallery Drawing by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1984

Drawing by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1984

GEORGE SOWDEN is an architect and designer. He was born in Leeds, UK in 1942. After studying architecture at the Gloucester college of art he moved to Milan in 1970 where he founded his own design and product development studio in 1979. He met Ettore Sottsass while working as a design consultant for Olivetti. Sottsass invited Sowden and his wife Nathalie Du Pasquier to co-found the Memphis Group in 1981. Their contributions to the New Design are now the most emblematic of the movement that changed design and pop culture.
After the Memphis Group disbanded in 1988, Sowden collaborated with world-famous companies like Olivetti, Alessi, Bodum, Guzzini, Lorenz, Rancilio, Steelcase, Swatch, Segis, Memphis, IPM, Moulinex, Telecom Italia, Tefal and Pyrex. Today SOWDEN is his eponymous brand that offers a collection of innovative products for the 21st century.

https://www.georgesowden.com/

PHXgallery Clock “Acapullo” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

Clock “Acapullo” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

PHXgallery Armchair “Oberoi” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

Armchair “Oberoi” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

PHXgallery Furniture Exhibition by George Sowden at The Gallery Mourmans, Maastricht, 1990

Furniture Exhibition by George Sowden at The Gallery Mourmans, Maastricht, 1990


NATHALIE DU PASQUIER is a painter and designer. She was born in Bordeaux, France in 1957 and has lived in Milan since 1979 where she met the designer George Sowden. Two years after moving to Milan, she met Ettore Sottsass who invited her and Sowden to become founding members of the Memphis Group. Her iconic patterns for Memphis are today the group's most recognizable designs. They have become a widely recognized aspect of the Memphis brand and defined the esthetic of the 1980s in general.
In 1987, she dedicated herself to painting after designing furniture and objects. Over the past 10 years her fine art career has had strong recognition and her iconic Memphis work has been re-edited by brands like American Apparel and the Conran Shop, entering the lives of new generations and showing how relevant her early work is today.

http://www.nathaliedupasquier.com/

PHXgallery 'Esmerelda Chair' by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1985

'Esmerelda Chair' by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1985

PHXgallery Table 'Madras' by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1986

Table 'Madras' by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1986

PHXgallery Drawing by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1984

Drawing by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1984

GEORGE SOWDEN is an architect and designer. He was born in Leeds, UK in 1942. After studying architecture at the Gloucester college of art he moved to Milan in 1970 where he founded his own design and product development studio in 1979. He met Ettore Sottsass while working as a design consultant for Olivetti. Sottsass invited Sowden and his wife Nathalie Du Pasquier to co-found the Memphis Group in 1981. Their contributions to the New Design are now the most emblematic of the movement that changed design and pop culture.
After the Memphis Group disbanded in 1988, Sowden collaborated with world-famous companies like Olivetti, Alessi, Bodum, Guzzini, Lorenz, Rancilio, Steelcase, Swatch, Segis, Memphis, IPM, Moulinex, Telecom Italia, Tefal and Pyrex. Today SOWDEN is his eponymous brand that offers a collection of innovative products for the 21st century.

https://www.georgesowden.com/

PHXgallery Clock “Acapullo” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

Clock “Acapullo” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

PHXgallery Armchair “Oberoi” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

Armchair “Oberoi” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

PHXgallery Furniture Exhibition by George Sowden at The Gallery Mourmans, Maastricht, 1990

Furniture Exhibition by George Sowden at The Gallery Mourmans, Maastricht, 1990


NATHALIE DU PASQUIER is a painter and designer. She was born in Bordeaux, France in 1957 and has lived in Milan since 1979 where she met the designer George Sowden. Two years after moving to Milan, she met Ettore Sottsass who invited her and Sowden to become founding members of the Memphis Group. Her iconic patterns for Memphis are today the group's most recognizable designs. They have become a widely recognized aspect of the Memphis brand and defined the esthetic of the 1980s in general.
In 1987, she dedicated herself to painting after designing furniture and objects. Over the past 10 years her fine art career has had strong recognition and her iconic Memphis work has been re-edited by brands like American Apparel and the Conran Shop, entering the lives of new generations and showing how relevant her early work is today.

GEORGE SOWDEN is an architect and designer. He was born in Leeds, UK in 1942. After studying architecture at the Gloucester college of art he moved to Milan in 1970 where he founded his own design and product development studio in 1979. He met Ettore Sottsass while working as a design consultant for Olivetti. Sottsass invited Sowden and his wife Nathalie Du Pasquier to co-found the Memphis Group in 1981. Their contributions to the New Design are now the most emblematic of the movement that changed design and pop culture.
After the Memphis Group disbanded in 1988, Sowden collaborated with world-famous companies like Olivetti, Alessi, Bodum, Guzzini, Lorenz, Rancilio, Steelcase, Swatch, Segis, Memphis, IPM, Moulinex, Telecom Italia, Tefal and Pyrex. Today SOWDEN is his eponymous brand that offers a collection of innovative products for the 21st century.

PHXgallery 'Esmerelda Chair' by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1985

'Esmerelda Chair' by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1985

PHXgallery Table 'Madras' by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1986

Table 'Madras' by Nathalie du Pasquier for Memphis, 1986

PHXgallery Drawing by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1984

Drawing by Nathalie du Pasquier, 1984

PHXgallery Clocks “Acapullo” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

Clocks “Acapullo” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

PHXgallery Armchair “Oberoi” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

Armchair “Oberoi” by George Sowden for Memphis, 1981

PHXgallery Furniture Exhibition by George Sowden at The Gallery Mourmans, Maastricht, 1990

Furniture Exhibition by George Sowden at The Gallery Mourmans, Maastricht, 1990

PHXgallery Objects for the Electronic Age, George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier, 1983

Objects for the Electronic Age, George Sowden and Nathalie du Pasquier, 1983

NATHALIE DU PASQUIER is a painter and designer. She was born in Bordeaux, France in 1957 and has lived in Milan since 1979 where she met the designer George Sowden. Two years after moving to Milan, she met Ettore Sottsass who invited her and Sowden to become founding members of the Memphis Group. Her iconic patterns for Memphis are today the group's most recognizable designs. They have become a widely recognized aspect of the Memphis brand and defined the esthetic of the 1980s in general.
In 1987, she dedicated herself to painting after designing furniture and objects. Over the past 10 years her fine art career has had strong recognition and her iconic Memphis work has been re-edited by brands like American Apparel and the Conran Shop, entering the lives of new generations and showing how relevant her early work is today.

GEORGE SOWDEN is an architect and designer. He was born in Leeds, UK in 1942. After studying architecture at the Gloucester college of art he moved to Milan in 1970 where he founded his own design and product development studio in 1979. He met Ettore Sottsass while working as a design consultant for Olivetti. Sottsass invited Sowden and his wife Nathalie Du Pasquier to co-found the Memphis Group in 1981. Their contributions to the New Design are now the most emblematic of the movement that changed design and pop culture.
After the Memphis Group disbanded in 1988, Sowden collaborated with world-famous companies like Olivetti, Alessi, Bodum, Guzzini, Lorenz, Rancilio, Steelcase, Swatch, Segis, Memphis, IPM, Moulinex, Telecom Italia, Tefal and Pyrex. Today SOWDEN is his eponymous brand that offers a collection of innovative products for the 21st century.