(jiří macek) The Konsepti showroom in Prague has turned into a children’s paradise. Barbora Škorpilová and the studio of Mimolimit have designed a series of children’s rooms filled with toys, desires, and children’s furniture, which come from all over the world, but also include several designs by Škorpilová herself.
The installation wipes away the difference between individual manufacturers. It also blurs the line between the ages of those who love to have fun. This world full of animals, fairytale characters, outfits, and fairytale furniture touches probably everyone, including Nick Cave. Without saying so, the individual objects seem to lead us into movies by Tim Burton. Even though one would most likely not encounter Nick Cave there, who knows? Christmas trees are made from roots of exotic trees; doorstops represent a herd of stampeding hippos; South-African antelopes pride themselves on beads; and airplanes are on informal terms with storks. Canopy beds are made for sleeping and dreaming - some of them are real houses. Wallpaper represents magnetic boards; Chinese dragonflies motionlessly wait for Dan Bárta. A wide array of brands and interpretations from the world of children are also pleasant due to the prices of the individual objects, including furniture designed by Mimolimit – beds, a table, and wardrobes that are simple, yet delicately playful at the same time. Christmas seems to be here. The Baby sales exhibition by Barbora Škorpilová and the studio of Mimolimit takes place at Konsepti until December 23, including Saturdays and Sundays.
Skupina produktů kolekce ByBy, design: Barbora Škorpilová a Mimolimit, Foto: Filip Šlapal