Designers and Artisans Donate Iconic Works for The Invisible Collection’s Charity Auction

Designers and Artisans Donate Iconic Works for The Invisible Collection’s Charity Auction

Designers and Artisans Donate Iconic Works for The Invisible Collection’s Charity Auction

The Invisible Collection will donate all proceeds to charities supporting emergency services in Paris, London and New York.

The Invisible Collection will donate all proceeds to charities supporting emergency services in Paris, London and New York.

Text: Laura Sanchez

Luxury e-commerce site, The Invisible Collection launched a charity auction of 25 iconic works from interior designers and artisans across the globe with 100% of proceeds going directly to charities in France, the UK and USA. Custom pieces and personal objects from the likes of Charles Zana, Atelier Vime, Osanna Visconti, Ashley Hicks and more have been donated in efforts to raise funds for emergency services. 

The 25 objects will be available to purchase on the site from 5pm on May 4th with sales going to three associations in the respective countries where the platform is based. After completing purchase buyers can donate to a charity of their choice: Fondation de France, UK National Emergencies Trust and USA Feeding America.

Founded by Anna Zaoui and Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays, The Invisible Collection represents the stars of contemporary design, providing a state-of-the-art platform to sell their custom collections online. Works for the charity auction include rare bronze paperweights by Carl Aubock from Charlotte Biltgen’s private collection, artworks from Reda Amalou and Kate Boxer, a handmade ceramic lamp by Charles Zana and spectacular rattan creations by Atelier Vime. Some of the highlight pieces include Ashley Hick’s famed totems, a sculpted side table by design trio Pierre Augustin Rose, a porcelain tray by creations dragonfly and Hubert le Gall’s metallic hand sculpture.

“The home has been for a few weeks and for many months to come, the ultimate refuge for all of us who are lucky enough to discover, create and furnish beautiful places. We wish to help at our modest scale by offering pieces that we love and by making sure 100% of proceeds go to the 3 charities to help hospitals and patients. Care workers are on the front line for all of us, they have been too often forgotten, they are the artisans of tomorrow's world. Each of us owes it to them to support them today, tomorrow, always. all the objects presented are favourites that we look forward to seeing in their new homes, for a great and important cause.” statement by co-founders Anna Zaoui and Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays.

Prices range from $90 for signed books by Francois Halard to $8,660 for Jeff Zimmerman’s sculptural glass vases. Each of the 25 objects will be available through the online charity sale by visiting here. Check out some of the pieces below. 

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