THE SHAPE – SURREALIST
Product and furniture designs take on surrealist shapes, channeling their inner Dalí and Magritte. Irregular 2D and 3D forms appear morphed, melted and dripping, with high-gloss and metalized finishes.
1. SALOMINKA BY VERA PANICHEWSKAJA
Salonika is an exploration of color and form using the traditional Russian craft of marquetry to blur the line between 2D and 3D shapes. Photography by Lina Forsgren
2. PERSPECTIVES BY OS & OOS
Perspectives is a series of sculptures which uses the juxtaposition of light-filtering foils and glass to play with the viewer’s perception of form and shape. Photography by Jeroen van der Wielen
3. CATCH CHAIR BY JAIME HAYÓN FOR &TRADITION
Inspired by the harmony of curves, Jaime Hayón’s Catch Chair for Danish brand &Tradition is formed from a single piece and embellished with rich materials that play with the effect of light and shadow.
4. 105 LTR FORMEN BY FABIO VOGEL
Fabio Vogel experiments with alternative techniques in the development of 105 ltr Formen, a collection of misshapen glass vases.
5. FRAGMENTS BY MATILDA BECKMAN
The Fragments collection is composed of handmade asymmetric wavy panels of tinted glass. When backlit by a lamp, the glass projects surreal shifting shadows.
6. MIRAGE BY GUILLERMO SANTOMÀ
Guillermo Santomà creates illusions in space, density, and shape in his Mirage furniture collection for Etage Projects.