färg & blanche rope wraps succession mirrors at maison et objet färg & blanche rope wraps succession mirrors at maison et objet
jan 22, 2016

färg & blanche rope wraps succession mirrors at maison et objet

färg & blanche rope wraps succession mirrors at maison et objet
all images © färg & blanche

 

 

 

scandinavian design studio färg & blanche have presented one of their latest collections ‘the succession mirrors’. marrying textile, a recognizable form with a distinctive technique, the series of mirrors are characterized by their wrapped and raised surface. before the pieces are baked, the base is made of an innovative composition of materials which has been dressed in textile and leather and fastened with ropes tied around. the ropes are cut after, leaving the pattern in which the ‘succession’ series are characterized by and most of all they become living furniture populating the interior.

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the textile and leather body gives the mirror more presence within the interior

 

 

 

simultaneously embodying a refined design, the series display an honest aesthetic. close up, one can see the marks left by the rope which was used to wrap the body – creating a seamless pattern. showcased at maison & objet, the mirrors are a continuation of the ‘succession collection’ which included an array of other furniture pieces.

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dark leather wraps a uniquely composed material, dressed in various textiles and tied with ropes before being baked

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the otherwise smooth surface is broken by the marks left by the rope

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the process of hand wrapping each piece with rope before the next stage

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the piece is ready to be put into the kiln

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when the ropes are cut, the pattern is left.

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