the Icon

Au Gant Rouge / November 2017

the Icon

Project  ‘the Icon’ for Au Gant Rouge x Raynaud Limoges x Gatserelia Design
Architect  Rabih Geha Architects
Type  Product Design
Description  A one-off plate representing a Lebanese Icon from the past 150 years
Size  Diameter 27cm x Height 2cm
Material  Super Mirror Stainless Steel on Porcelain plate
Production  Ardeco Contract
Location  Au Gant Rouge, Downtown, Lebanon
Year  October 2017
Photo  Mike Malajalian

About ‘Au Gant Rouge’ 150 years’ celebration.

As a renowned name in the art of tableware and decoration, since 1867 Au Gant Rouge has been bringing pleasure to life’s celebrations and special occasions.  They have always blended consistency in excellence with a selection of the most prestigious brands, the work of acclaimed artists and a continuous desire to listen to the needs of their clientele.

To celebrate their 150 years, Rabih Kayrouz renowned fashion designer created the exclusive collection for Raynaud. The concept of the main windows designed by Interior Architect Gregory Gatserelia pay tribute to Lebanese icons over the last 150 years.

Top Lebanese artists and designers are invited to interpret a portrait of a Lebanese icon from the last 150 years on a series of Raynaud plates.

All Proceeds from the sales go to the Lebanese Autism Society and Saint Jude Children Cancer Center,Lebanon.


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