The Zero-In low table by Barber Osgerby makes use of several visual illusions and challenging construction techniques. A seamless ribbon of polyester forms the base of the table. A dual wall construction means that the interior walls of the table converge at a more extreme angle than the exterior walls and when objects are placed […]
Comparing this table to a sculpture by Richard Artschwager, Adam Caruso applies a language synonymous with the company’s own architecture – cerebral, post-modernist forms – to create this beautifully understated piece. Constructed from an engineered timber material of modest qualities, unusual to furniture-making, the muted joints make it look almost abstract, or simply like a […]
Reinventing the wheel (or the bench should I say) is not easy, yet it is a turn-force, managed by award winning designer Amanda Levete, with Drift. This design bench with its elongated and aerated lines gives it a hybrid status between the usual object and contemporary work of art. Drift is carved in resin to […]
You don’t set the glass on the table- the glass is the table. Established & Sons have crafted a hand-blown glass table, designed by Konstantin Grcic. The unique design is a two-part construct. A voluptuous, free-form glass bubble makes up the base of the table, and is topped by a translucent, colored table-top sheet of glass. This piece, named Blow, represents the work achievable using the skill of fine Venini artisans.