Alison Berger is a Los Angeles based designer.
Berger was the first American artist commissioned by Hermès to design a line of objects, and was one of a select group of artists commissioned by Comme des Garçons to create an architectural installation in the flagship store in Tokyo.
Her innovative work is in the permanent collection of the Corning Museum of Glass. It has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, in the exhibition The Un-Private House, and also at the Cooper Hewitt in New York, in the exhibition Design Life Now: National Design Triennial. As the artist in residence at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, she created a series of lighting concepts based on eighteenth century etchings by Denis Diderot. Berger received the Elle Deco International Design Award for lighting.
For one of our private clients, Alison Berger created a wonderful set of four door inspired by the ancient mathematical tool the Abacus.
Four doors, Size 105 X 270 cm.
Learn more about Alison Berger’s Abacus Screen