Sugar cage for Droog by Sofie Lachaert - Luc d'Hanis 
 Sugar cage for Droog by Sofie Lachaert - Luc d'Hanis 

Sugar cage

by Sofie Lachaert & Luc d'Hanis

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€ 2.760,00
* € 2.280,99 outside the EU


A container for sugar cubes or an ironic reference to Marcel Duchamp’s ‘Why Not Sneeze Rose Sélavy?’ Duchamp raised consumer items to pieces of art. Lachaert and d’Hanis respond by bringing the piece back for use. Made of pure silver.


Year: 2006
Brand: Droog
Material: silver
Product Size: 10 x 10 x 14 cm
Package Size : 0.22 x 0.30 x 0.22
Package Weight : 3.00kg
Edition: 20


Sofie Lachaert & Luc d'Hanis

Sofie Lachaert and Luc d’Hanis are working together for almost 20 years. 'Sharing’ is the thread which runs through their work: from one chair for two people, jewellery with a double use, a two-part bottle, coins with an extra value... to a secret invitation to share a bed. Both their jewellery and objects, and their installations and furniture interrogate the boundaries between design and the visual arts. With small, subtle interventions Luc and Sofie give everyday objects a new significance.