FEAR OF COMMITMENT
Mutant, flower vase
Denying the stereotypical role of the designer as the giver of form, the Mutant vase delegates this responsibility to the viewer, making the user part of the design process. As if made of metallic clay, this malleable vase can in fact be reshaped in virtually infinite ways.
The unusual feature is achieved by wrapping a large steel coil around a conical vessel, trapping it between its the upper and lower edges.
Materials: anodized aluminum, galvanized steel
Dimensions: 178 x 241 x 241 mm
ROCK ‘TIL YOU DROP
Drop, fruit bowl
Inspired by the bright paint splashes of painters’ studios, these colorful fruit bowls were designed as a bold accent for your dining table.
Their rounded bottom also allows them to gently rock as they get filled, making them as playful as they are elegant.
Materials: cast resin
Dimensions: 343ø x 132 mm
LET’S GET (DIS)ORGANIZED
Trampoline, desk (dis)organizer
Another playful piece designed to involve the user in the design process.
Trampoline is made of a chrome-plated steel frame, and twelve industrial rubber bands. The oversized rubber bands are stretched over the frame by the user, and can be arranged or rearranged in a virtually infinite number of ways.
Multiple frames can be stacked, creating layers of (dis)organization.
Materials: chrome plated steel, EPDM rubber bands
Dimensions: 305 x 305 x 64 mm
I DARE YOU NOT
An elegant translucent plate combined with an oversized steel spring. They become an irresistible object designed to invite and acknowledge user interaction by jiggling at the slightest touch, and compressing under the weight of the objects placed in it.
Materials: stainless steel, acrylic.
Dimensions: 102 x 305 x 305 mm