The 57 series by Omer Arbel is produced using a technique inspired by the process of making closed cell foam. Voids of air are trapped in a glass matrix resulting in a shape that loosely resembles a rain cloud. Contact us for more details about this impressive collection.
Detail shot of the new HS1 credenza, which is available in a range of sizes and options. It can be installed on its own, or paired with shelves and/or the HS1 desk. The possibilities are many and varied.
Yrjö Kukkapuro (shown above) designed the iconic Karuselli Lounge Chair in 1965. He developed the chair's ergonomic form by laying wire mesh over an armchair in his living room and simply sitting down. Artek re-introduced the Karuselli Lounge Chair this year.
The Everlane pop-up is featuring Bec Brittain's A-Shade A3 for Matter-Made. Located in Soho on the corner of Broome and Lafayetee, the pop-up is right across the street from the Matter showroom. Please stop by. This is the last weekend!
So many nice Gubi pieces to choose from...
Beautiful install of a Modo 6-sided with smoked glass by Jason Miller for Roll & Hill.
Karl Zahn's Momentum series is now online here. Formed from walnut, pine, oak, mahogany and brass, the objects achieve a playful lightness in contrast with their solid origins. Each piece is a one-of-a-kind exploration of motion and materiality handmade by the designer.
Matter-Made will be debuting a new collection of work during ICFF 2014. On veiw will be a dynamic new lighting system designed by Jamie Gray, an expanded HS1 shelving system by Henry Julier, tables by Jonathan Zawada, and more. We look forward to seeing you there. Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center, Booth 1321.
BEC BRITTAIN / HILDA HELLSTRÖM / KARL ZAHN
During NY Design Week, we will be featuring three emerging designers in the showroom. Bec Brittain and Hilda Hellström teamed up for a collection entitled BBxHH. Hellström will also present new works from her ongoing Sedimentation series. Karl Zahn is showing a fresh body of work called Momentum, which-along with form and function-explores weight and momentum.
This Urn is a part of designer Hilda Hellstrom's ongoing Sedimentation Series. She developed an innovative technique of working with her signature material, jesmonite. See the rest of the pieces here.