Mirage by Material Immaterial studio

April 2nd, 2017 by retail design blog

We’ve featured the concrete wares of Material Immaterial studio, who up till now has designed a collection of earrings, cufflinks, and mini buildings that we still covet. Now, they’re launching a series of concrete components, called Mirage, that can be used as door handles and drawer knobs for those looking for something a bit different than the big box store options.

Similar in design to their previous collections, Mirage offers architectural-inspired details that play with light and shadow, much like you’d experience when viewing the works of architect Carlo Scarpa. The step-like patterns reduce the visual weight of the material giving them an almost delicate appearance, which is juxtaposed with the more solid areas of the handles giving an opposite effect.

Design: Material Immaterial studio

http://design-milk.com/mirage-a-collection-of-architecturally-inspired-handles-and-knobs/

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