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Resin, glass fiber, polyurethane, steel, oak
Dimensions: 76cm (H) x 298cm (W) x 46cm (D) / 29.9" (H) x 117.3" (W) x 18.1" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
A unique object consisting of 2 handmade seatshells in the style of the origin herman miller glassfibre shells from the 50s, self produced fake vintage shockmounts, degalvanized raw steel screws and steambended handmade oak-wood rockers. The 2 seat shells are interpretations of two of the favorite collectors colour schemes (salmon and seafoam).
This work is part of the project "Inspired by Eames". This is a hands-on project using works of Ray and Charles Eames and their role in design culture as source of inspiration.
The appropriation process started in the nucleus of production – the technique. All objects are handcrafted with developing and improvising industrial production methods in an pedantic autodidactive way.
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Hometown: Zwickau, Germany
Based in: Vienna, Austria
I am specialized in creating unique handcrafted objects while using the appearance of industrial made products.
My objects include a campfire effect. They attract attention, bring light and warmth into space and work as an eternal eye-catcher just like watching a fire burning.
I have an arts and design background, holding a diploma degree in productdesign (Germany) where i enjoyed a scholarship at IKEA Design Center in Sweden and a postgraduated degree in arts and urban spaces. Since 1o years I learn, develope and experiment different techniques of transforming materials in an autodidactic way. I am always excited about experiencing new techniques and styles. My studio is situated in an old factory in the heart of Vienna, Austria. I love the contrast between the warmth of my works and the coolness of this enviroment.
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