Posts Tagged ‘moulds’

Bloated Objects by Damien Gernay

May 6th, 2012

The Bloated collection is made out of sheets of leather, filled with expanded foam. No complicated moulds, and no seams are used in the production, the leather inflate in a natural way, making each piece unique.

100% Recycled plastic furniture by Rodrigo Alonso for Fahneu

April 17th, 2012

Plastic waste obtained from electronic devices, toys, drink trays, stadium seats, etc, etc. is used in very few end products due to the complexity of separating the various categories, leading only to generate poorly esthetic products. The Rotomoulded technique, with its beauty and simplicity, allows this to take over, transforming the result in a different, identifiable real object. What you get are beautiful, durable and new conceptually pieces.

Smith Restaurant by Commute Home, Toronto

January 30th, 2012

Smith Restaurant was converted from a former 3 story nightclub, in the heart of the Toronto╩╝s Village. The challenge was to erase not only the elements of any nightclub reference but to completely erase the perception of what that building within the landscape of the street.

Terracotta pendant lamps by Tom Housden

November 17th, 2011

This handmade terracotta light is a fusion between old and new. The warm hues of kiln-fired terracotta, combined with the subtle white glaze and added twist of vibrantly coloured electric flex, make for a lamp that is equally at home in traditional and modern settings.