Found in embassies, private collections and public offices across the globe, and internationally represented by the finest names in contemporary design (including Maison Gerard, New York, and David Hicks, Paris), Zelouf+Bell’s work may also be familiar to visitors to the National Museum of Ireland, the Guinness Hopstore, and indeed to the Department of Enterprise and Employment (where newly commissioned Zelouf+Bell pieces now feature).
This Kimono Cabinet, which was crafted to order,...
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