samuel amoia blends soft shapes with rough crushed stones, onyx + brass shavings
 

samuel amoia blends soft shapes with rough crushed stones, onyx + brass shavings

samuel amoia blends soft shapes with rough crushed stones, onyx + brass shavings
all images courtesy of samuel amoia

 

 

 

new york’s delorenzo gallery and designer samuel amoia present an exclusive collection of seven limited pieces, each made from natural materials in a variety of hues and textures. amoia combines mediums like italian onyx, brass, and gem stones with tables, mirrors and consoles — an application which forms a distinct blend of material tactility and precision.

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coffee table of crushed lapis lazuli – 36″ x 15″

 

 

 

pieces featured in the collection include an abstract console, formed by a base of geometric shapes coated in brass shavings and topped with a surface of italian onyx; a kidney-shaped table, which also uses onyx as a surface and brass-coated legs, attached by small nubs that protrude above the top; a red jasper ‘split kidney-shaped’ console, which is supported by a sequence of rectilinear legs; a sculptured bronze drum bearing a smooth top and a rough, terrain-like façade; a circular coffee table coated in lapis lazuli supported by twelve rectilinear legs; a small round table featuring a top of white onyx and a cylindrical base encrusted with black tourmaline; and a circular mirror held by eight, evenly spaced square clasps coated with brazilian aventurine in a tree hue. overall, the collection includes pieces that can either stand on their own, or complement each other through a balance between materials and inspired craftsmanship.

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detail of the crushed lapis lazuli used throughout the design of the coffee table

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console of crushed red jasper – 48″ x 34″ x 12″ 

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the crushed red jasper console as viewed from the front

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the surface is supported by a sequence of rectilinear legs

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red jasper stones are crushed and applied to the console 

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coffee table of brass shavings and italian onyx – 48″ x 24″ x 16″

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a soft, organic shape is used as the table top surface 

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small nubs of brass shavings surface on the top of the table 

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console of brass shavings and italian onyx – 56″ x 34″ x 12″

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geometric patterns are covered in brass shavings

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detail of the brass shavings applied to the outer surface of the console 

 

 

 

alongside his exhibition in new york, amoia presents furniture and objects — including ‘drum of blue sodalite and white plaster’ and ‘drum of black tourmaline and black cement’ (pictured below) — at maison & objet americas 2016. amoia has been chosen as one of this year’s six M&O rising talents, who are showcasing their work in a specially-curated group space at the M&O americas fair.

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drum of blue sodalite and white plaster

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drum of black tourmaline and black cement

 

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