Gravitistic concept watchJust in-love by this concept by Jaemin Jaeminlee.
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Prototype Kawa Vase from 2012
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Hans Gugelot & Herbert Lindinger, Control Unit Studio 1, 1957. Braun AG, Kronberg, Germany.
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Kreten Candelabra by Souda
The Kreten Candelabra is a continued exploration into the process of using stretch-fabric as a mold for fiberglass reinforced concrete. Like the side table, the Candelabra’s shape takes on its unique branching form through the unusual material combination. A more technical version of its predecessor, this refined tabletop object is made from the built environment’s most common material.
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Kawa Pendant by Souda
Made using the same slip-casting technique as the Kawa Porcelain series, the Kawa Pendant creates a warm natural light that highlights the form and surface of these unique porcelain objects through illumination. The pendants can be hung individually or clustered in groups to create larger light forms.
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Late night photoshoot at #SignalGallery in Bushwick / Thanks @kyleclairmontjacques !
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Strut Shelving System photo shoot. #blackonblack
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Mitre Stool by Souda
The Mitre Stool is a durable, yet visually light stool with a refined technicality. Composed of four separate planes, the seat of the stool is a geometric play off of ergonomic standards. The resulting shape is as comfortable as it is striking.
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Kawa Vases by Souda
The Kawa Porcelain series is an ongoing investigation into the process of batch-production that yields one-of-a-kind results. Rather than relying on traditional plaster molds to form identical replicas of a design, Kawa pieces are individually slip-cast in reusable leather molds. This complex process yields one-of-a-kind porcelain objects, textured by the leather molds in which they are cast.
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