Manufacturer: Worldwide Co.
This pop-up house is a meticulously designed sculpture made from acid etched metal. Max Buxton has included two dimensional representations of designer products by Stefano Giovannoni and Ron Arad along with his own simplified graphics.
Born in London in 1972, Buxton studied furniture design at Middlesex University before starting at the RCA in 1997. After graduation he shared a studio – Design Laboratory – with a fellow RCA graduate, the Danish designer Mathias Bengtsson. Now working on his own, Buxton has developed commercial projects for Kenzo, Habitat and Eurolounge as well as the burgeoning MIKRO-Man collection which is now expanding into environments with a stainless steel fold-up MIKRO-House. He was one of the four designers shortlisted for the Design Museum’s Designer of the Year award in 2004.
(text from designmuseum.org)