The LET IT SLIDE BOWL is made of two angled white Parthenon marble sections joined together by a contrasting anodised aluminium ring. The bowl has a strong architectural aesthetic, forming a stunning centrepiece.
Dimentions: H 7 W23.8 L23.8
The DONʼT SCREW WITH ME SHELF is crafted from white Parthenon marble and supported by a contrasting anodised aluminium frame. The precision engineered frame and shelves are interlocking, each supporting the other to create one unit, eliminating the need for screws. The shelf is a statement piece for the home or office.
Dimensions: H76 W40 L160
The SEE RIGHT THROUGH ME MIRROR is made of white Parthenon marble and a one-way mirror which plays with light to enable the viewer to see through the mirror or catch a reflection. Available in small, medium and large, the mirrors are designed to work in different combinations and add an eye catching dynamic to any room.
S: H18.5 W2.5 L36
M: H24.5 W2.5 L48
L: H30.5 W2.5 L60
The HOOK ME UP TABLE is crafted from white Parthenon marble. The unique interlocking legs support a smoked glass top through which the table base can be admired.
Dimensions: H40 L78 W78
The WALK ALL OVER ME RUG is hand tufted out of two different fibers, fine New Zealand wool and a viscose blend. The rug features a herringbone pattern with an ascending and descending herringbone pattern using alternating fibers along the length of the carpet. The carpet is in one colour, as the light hits the carpet the two different fibers reveal the herringbone pattern.
MATERIALS: FINE WOOL AND VISCOSE BLEND
MADE IN PORTUGAL
During a 4 month sabbatical in Bali, I studied ceramic and porcelain product development. My studies during this time lead me to create a vase series called „objectify“. The series was conceived as an attempt to explore the dichotomy that lies between conformity and individualism.
A mold was used to prototype each initial form. By adding and subtracting I applied unique characteristics to the same bases to achieve vases with a unique character. The vases still have the potential to be functional and the narrative expression adds a layer of irony and humor to each vase. The series aims to expose contradictions in our society for the need of conformity and individualism and our wish for the benefits of mass produced items which equally poses unique characteristics.
In acknowledgement of these contradictions the „objectify" vase series will be produced by hand. Minor variations in design, shape and color should not be considered a defect but as a valuable and aesthetic characteristic. Precisely because of those differences, you will be able to appreciate that it is a hand made creation and not an industrial product.
Dimensions: W 9 x H 23
Wheel thrown, hand built, hand glazed in Bali, Indonesia
The naming of 721 grams acknowledge the significant weight of each brass candlestick holder, each modular piece weights approximately 721 grams. The pieces fit precisely into one another and by moving, stacking or turning them around you can change the candlestick holders appearance for different occasions and table settings.
The unique flexible design means that there are infinite ways to arrange the candlestick holder ensuring that one will never tire of 721 grams. It is truly a candlestick holder for life, to be treasured and passed onto future generations.
“The inspiration for 721 grams comes from a desire to create a candleholder in the traditions of the past using valuable and durable materials, and high quality craftsmanship to create an investment piece to be enjoyed for years to come. There is also a strong element of interactivity which adds a rich level of playfulness to the piece.” IG, Zurich 2015
721 grams won a special mention at the 2015 German Design Awards for Excellent Product Design.
Material: Brass / Copper
Weight: approx. 721 grams
Dimensions L 14 x W 2.5 x H 4.8 cm
Price: 110 Euro each, special prices for collections of 3 or more available.
Made in Germany
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Material: Stoneware, Raku
Handmade by Isabell Gatzen
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Photos: Rolf Gibbs & Isabell Gatzen
Fusing two chairs into one used as a metaphor for human relationships. The missing legs are not only the sensual demand for a tête-à-tête, but also the load will be carried by the respective other. Everything which is apparently missing is now the fundament for communication and gives the opportunity for the jump towards the opposite.
The Fusing Chairs are made out of the classic Horgenglarus Bistrochairs (Mod. Classic 1-380) for the project Cafe Z am Park in Zürich. These are to be used and seen in the Café during 6 Months, after which they can be bought at an auction evening, giving room to new chairs after.
Treatment: legs remove, fused and upholstered with leather. 24. November 2011
Photos: Sandra Kennel
Crystal Decanter with cork copper or brass lid, produced in Bro, Sweden
Photos: Sandra Kennel