David Trubridge Icarus is purchased for the Pompidou in Paris

In February 2012 the Pompidou Centre purchased three large works for its permanent design collection by New Zealand designer David Trubridge.  This acquisition is a rare honour for a contemporary designer, and it is the first time the internationally renowned museum has acquired items created by a modern designer that focus on ‘sustainable development.’.  Trubridge is viewed in France as being one of world’s leading ‘eco-conscious designers’.

The Pompidou Centre is one of the three most prestigious institutions of its kind in the western world, the other two being the Victoria and Albert museum in London and MOMA in New York.

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