David Gates ‘Silo’ cabinet acquired by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway / by ben mcleavy

David Gates, Silo, 2007. Photo Credit David Gates. Quarter-sawn European Oak, Cedar of Lebanon, Eastern Red Cedar, Steel, vitreous enamel handles on the fall-flap and tambour were made by Helen Carnac, 115 cm high.

David Gates, Silo, 2007. Photo Credit David Gates. Quarter-sawn European Oak, Cedar of Lebanon, Eastern Red Cedar, Steel, vitreous enamel handles on the fall-flap and tambour were made by Helen Carnac, 115 cm high.

David Gates’ cabinet ‘Silo’, has recently been acquired by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo. ‘Silo’ was the first in an ongoing series that explore asymmetric form and non-determined function.

National Museum of Art

Architecture and Design

Pb. 7014, St. Olav space

0130 Oslo

Norway

http://www.nasjonalmuseet.no/