design miami/ 2016: arik levy crafts ICE collection for COMPAC

design miami/ 2016: arik levy crafts ICE collection for COMPAC


for design miami/ 2016, arik levy reveals the ‘ICE’ installation in collaboration with COMPAC, the surfaces company. celebrating the launch of his ‘genesis’ range, the project highlights the beauty and versatility of the material through a diverse variety of applications. sourcing influence from the frozen lakes in the arctic circle, the great slabs reflect visual fragments similar to those found in natural stone. by doing so, it provokes the eye to delve into its ethereal qualities and unusual transparency.

image james harris (main video: gillian dobias)



these slabs are as beautiful as a painting on the wall and as powerful as an ancient stone,’ describes arik levy.
the ‘ICE’ installation showcases the ‘genesis’ material in both vertical and horizontal formats, and as a surface as well as different products. from tables to shelves, the collection presents the many applications of the material and also its stunning aesthetics. furthermore, the material for COMPAC can be used as surfaces for walls and floors, and is available in a variety of effects, finishes and colors.

the show in miami presents the ‘genesis’ collection as surfaces and products


the material takes influence from the ice of frozen lakes


the ‘ICE’ installation presents the stone-like material in both vertical and horizontal forms


the versatile material can be applied for many different uses


acclaimed artist and designer arik levy standing next to the great slabs of the ‘genesis’ collection

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