Rick Owens



Stag Chair Natural (right), 2007
Stag Chair Natural (right), 2007
Natural Plywood
127 x 87 x 69 cm
50 x 34,3 x 27,2 in.
Edition of 20 ex
Stag Chair Black (right), 2007
Stag Chair Black (right), 2007
Black Plywood
127 x 87 x 69 cm
50 x 34.3 x 27.2 in
Edition of 20 ex
Stag Chair (left), 2007
Stag Chair (left), 2007
natural plywood
127 x 87 x 69 cm
50 x 34,3 x 27,2 in.
Edition of 20 ex
Gallic Chair, 2007
Gallic Chair, 2007
natural plywood
88 x 66,5 x 61 cm
34,7 x 26,2 x 24 in.
Edition of 20 ex
Stag Stool, 2012
Stag Stool, 2012
White Marble, Moose Antler
94 x 64 x 48 cm
37 x 25.2 x 19 in
Edition of 8 ex
Half Box Alabaster, 2011
Half Box Alabaster, 2011
alabaster
77 x 50 x 50 cm
30,4 x 19,7 x 19,7 in.
Edition of 8 ex
Half Box, 2012
Half Box, 2012
petrified wood
77 x 50 x 50 cm
30.3 x 20 x 20 in
Edition of 4 ex
Antler Stool, 2009
Antler Stool, 2009
poured aluminium
53 x 38 x 57 cm
20,8 x 15 x 22,5 in.
Edition of 8 ex
Plug Table, 2013
Plug Table, 2013
black plywood
74 x 360 x 110 cm
29.1 x 141.7 x 43.3 in.
Edition of 12 ex + 4 EA
Big Screen, 2012
Big Screen, 2012
black plywood
280 x 170 x 90 cm
110.2 x 67 x 35.4 in




American, born in 1961 in California
Lives and works in Paris, France


Known world-wide as a fashion designer, Rick Owens?s furniture production stands as an entity in itself. Even so, the same dark and elegant logic that marks Owen?s clothing lines is echoed in his design work. Both practices share the same sensuality in material, the same roughness in the cuts, and the same simplicity of shapes.  Alabaster, marble and bronze pieces, alongside wood and bone, skulls and antlers, succeed by their classical proportion  and form, and seduce with their brutal honesty.