The Crease Lamp plays with the notion of inside and outside. Simultaneously projecting light outward while the viewer is drawn in by the glow of the inner walls, this floor or desk lamp creates a mood of wonderment and surprise.
Taking a cue from the subway maps of New York City, The Bolt Chair emphasizes the importance of connections. Highlighting the carriage bolts that hold it together, it doesn’t hide the assembly process, instead it embraces it.
Crane Laptop Desk
The Crane Laptop Desk adds elegance and grace to the everyday workplace. Its angled legs give a sense of lightness to the large mass of dark reclaimed pine.
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Paho Side Table
Paho is a cement side table capturing the moment of its birth. The set parameters of the outside give way to an organic motion created during the pouring process. Utilizing a “soft mold” of wood shavings, each version of Paho becomes just as unique as the moment in which it was made.
Sulati is the most honest dishonest chair there is. Taking its name from the material of its origin, insulation, the question was asked “How can you be honest about the construction when the structural component is hidden from view?". The answer was to highlight that inner structure by detailing the entry points of the injected expanding insulation foam.
The Toro Stool folds away to store under the couch only to come out again when more company arrives. As fun to setup as it is to take down, this stool adds style and comfort to extra household seating.
Gauge Water Pitcher
The Gauge Pitcher uses its form as the means to communicate what’s inside. As the pitcher is filled the spout gently raises from its “Empty” horizontal position to the vertical “Full” orientation. Acting as both fuel tank and fuel gauge the pitcher connotes information faster to the user, while looking great in the process.
The Ally Bank gives a new spin on the iconic piggy bank. Embedding the notion of anticipation into the design, the user never knows if the coin they place in the bank will tip it over and break it open. After being broken it begins a new life as two quirky vessels that may or may not hold coins.