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  • Provenance

    Moss, New York

  • Literature

    Linda Hales, ‘Maarten Baas’s Claims to Flame’, The Washington Post, 22 May 2004, p. C02 for further discussion of the ‘Where There’s Smoke’ series; Gareth Williams, The Furniture Machine: Furniture Since 1990, London, 2006, pp. 35, 120, 124 and 129 for other examples of the ‘Where There’s Smoke’ series; Alice Rawsthorn, ‘A World in Smoke and Clay’, International Herald Tribune, 5 November 2006 for further discussion of the ‘Where There’s Smoke’ series; Tom Dixon, et al., eds., &Fork, London, 2007, p.  28 for another examples of the ‘Where There’s Smoke’ series; ‘Stay forever and ever and ever and ever’, Art Monthly, June 2007, pp. 29-30 for further discussion of the ‘Where There’s Smoke’ series;  Richard Clayton, ‘Chests to Treasure’, Time Magazine, 9 January 2008 for further discussion of the ‘Where There’s Smoke’ series

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Unique ‘Where There’s Smoke’ screen

2005
Burned Charles and Ray Eames screen, model FSW-6, epoxy resin. 
173 x 137 x 9 cm. (68 x 54 x 3 1/2 in.)
Produced for Moss, NY. Front of screen with raised metal letters ‘BAAS’ and back with metal tag ‘Where There’s Smoke’/created by maarten baas for Moss NY/moooi/unique piece/SCRE.01 / 12 /05.’

Estimate
£10,000 - 12,000 Ω ♠

Sold for £16,250

Design

28 April 2010
London