ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010
 
ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010
apr 13, 2010

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010

‘nature of material’ in new colors

earlier this year, designboom published an article on israeli designer ran amitai’s ‘nature of material’, a series of stackable furniture. the idea of the project is to combine straight origami-like folds with natural folds. this integration between the strict and natural folds creates a steady construction from one hand and a soft, organic, upholstery like shape from the other. now, the series includes new colors and the addition of a coffee table.

ran amitai is part of the israeli design group bakery whose work is being shown at salone satellite 2010.

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010 top view

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010side view

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010 stacked stools

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010 complete ‘nature of materials’ collection

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010 table and stool

ran amitai: nature of material at salone satellite 2010 the series now includes the addition of a table

  • is it stable? if i put something on it, wont it slip down? i might not be reassurance

    a man like fire
  • i like it

    rocwu
  • beautiful!!!

    kika

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