Victor Hunt Designart Dealer

Contemporary classics.


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We curate & trade designart!

Victor Hunt Designart Dealer’s services focus on the search for, issue and sale of limited editions by the most remarkable emerging designers, operating as a platform for development supported by an international exhibition program. Since the gallery’s inception in 2008, the collection has grown throughout all object typologies, representing a carefully curated collection of cutting-edge contemporary design.

We understand “designart” as the gray zone between industrial design, crafts, architecture, sculpture, conceptual art, installation, and many other arts, but applied to or at least suggesting objects of use— developed and manufactured with the utmost care.

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Victor Hunt Gallery

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We are sometimes closed, when we are not there.
During temporary exhibitions, we are more often there, Friday's & Saturday's 12 — 18h.
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Emile Claus 51, B-1050 Brussels

+32 494 222 437

Victor Hunt Warehouse

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Trawoollaan 2 - 5, B-1830 Machelen

+32 494 222 437

Alexis Ryngaert

curator, director & founder

+32 494 222 437

Victor Hunt Designart Dealer

Contemporary classics.

Tomás Alonso, V&A

Tomás Alonso,

The V&A table & benches were initiated for the event One Part Chef Four Parts Design taking place at Somerset House for its second edition in 2009. Later that year a series of chairs were designed to go along. All are unique pieces, made from one single bent and powder coated metal tube around which a solid ash structure is made to support the seating surface from reclaimed Victorian ceiling boards, same wood as the table. Their slightly unbalanced appearance comes from the strong contrast of materials as well as the asymmetry and the oddness of the connections. Based on the formal language started with the Mr. light series this design develops further on the theme of contrast and balance between the materials, steel tube and solid wood, an structural research into how they could be combined and assembled together.