By Poppy Russell. Furniture. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 14:00:44 PM.
Even the Baroquisme collection by Italian designer Vincenzo De Cotiis comprises 15 limited-edition and one-of-a-kind bits, such as tables, seating, storage and lighting which seem like fluids.
The furniture pairs lavish materials such as marble, granite, silvered cast brass and Murano glass together with industrial elements including fiberglass. A number of the designs include discs of steel and glass layered on each other to create uneven surfaces to table tops and scone colors. The glass crafted by artisans in Murano, Venice -- has been infused with subtle traces of color that propagate through the translucent material and put at a different way each time. These distinctive pool-shaped bits, which seem as though they remain in a molten condition, are united using the metal segments that look both fluid.
In addition to tables and lamps, a pair is utilized to create a circular door for a large wall-mounted cabinet. Other things set the glass colorful marble, making coffee table tops of different sizes. You could also observe a set of rippled screens, created from thin pieces of sheets and marble of patinated metal connected to fiberglass confirms, that have been transitioned out of garbage and recut to the desirable shape.
Source : DigsDigs
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