Image: Perforated table from the Wednesday Collection, 2000-2001, Studio Tord Boontje, etched metal, wood, textile, embroidery, glass, £8,000. 

Until 18th January 2015, Sotheby’s London is hosting ORIGINALS, the selling exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed Dutch designer Tord Boontje and his wife, sculptor Emma Woffenden.

Curated by Janice Blackburn, one of Britain’s most influential curators, the exhibition offers a concise snapshot of both careers: Tord’s powerful and poetic furniture collections and Woffenden’s inventive glass making work, which explores the physical and psychological states of the body.

balerina turning image

Image: Ballerina (turning), 2006 by Emma Woffenden Glass bottle, polystyrene with car body filler, painted wood, motor, £6,500.

princess chair image

 Image: Princess Chair from the Happy Ever After collection, 2004, Tord Boontje for Moroso, Antique chair, silk, embroidery, £12,000.

half bottle image

Image: Transglass cut vase, Transglass vase and Transglass champagne dish. Tord Boontje & Emma Woffenden for Artecnica 1998, glass bottles.

Dondola image

Image: Dondola, 2004, Tord Boontje designed for Moroso as part of the Happy Ever After collection, in metal, foam and wool, £9,000.

night blossom image

Image: Night Blossom Chandelier, 2003, Tord Boontje for Swarovski in jet black crystal. H 175 × W 130 × D 40 cm, £23,000.

ivy shadow chandelier plant image

Image: Ivy Shadow chandelier from the Enchanted Forest collection, 2014, Tord Boontje for Porta Romana, aluminium, £11,250.

ORIGINALS will be on view at Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond Street (London) until 18th January . For more information visit