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    Bernard Dubois cultivated his experience working with various architectural firms until he founded his own studio in 2013 in Brussels.

    In 2014 he was called to co-curate the Belgian Pavilion at the 14th Venice Biennale with his friends and colleagues Sarah Levy, Sébastien Martinez Barat and Judith Wielander. This was a turning point in his career, both in terms of credibility and international exposure, which led him to accept important commissions such as the design of Nicolas Andreas Taralis’ office and stores in China (Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu and Shenyang) and the flagship of the Italian brand Valextra, in Milan.

    Modernism, Postmodernism and Pop Design meet in Dubois’ work, described as “a mix of different inspirations, in which today’s architecture – like that of Le Corbusier and Niemeyer – must be multi-faceted and able to tackle any trail, from massive buildings to single pieces of furniture, to interpret life in all its forms”.

    Bernard Dubois

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis Showroom

    by Bernard Dubois

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis Showroom

    by Bernard Dubois

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis Showroom

    by Bernard Dubois

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis Flagship

    by Bernard Dubois

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis Flagship

    by Bernard Dubois

    Nicolas Andreas Taralis Flagship

    by Bernard Dubois

    Valextra

    by Bernard Dubois

    Valextra

    by Bernard Dubois

    Valextra

    by Bernard Dubois

    Valextra

    by Bernard Dubois

    Valextra

    by Bernard Dubois