Dimensions: 55cm (H) x 55cm (W) x 4cm (D) / 21.7" (H) x 21.7" (W) x 1.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The Orizon mirror is part of wall art and part functional decoration. Inspired by the horizon view of Como Lake in the north of Milan and Lake Michigan in Chicago, two cities that Ocrùm’s Chief Designer Sean Zhang has called home, it is a product of memories cherished and transformed.
This is a window with a view that you can hang from your wall, its ocean-like surface blending neatly into a lush, brightly-colored sky, the reflections changing constantly. The ceramic piece is glazed by hand and then baked at different firing temperatures, leading to nuances and unique colors aplenty, and the combination of vitrified ceramic and colored mirror strikes a contemporary look without sacrificing the human touch of traditional craftsmanship.
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Hometown: New York
Based in: United States
A New York-based design studio, Ocrum has become known for creating furniture, lighting, mirrors and decorative accessories that encompass a timeless yet contemporary aesthetic.
Ocrum draws inspiration on both vivid memories and the wonder of time, merging classical sensibilities with bold innovation and Italian craftsmanship. The collection takes cues from Creative Director Sean Zhang, who is known for his intuitive design sensibility, sharp attention to detail, and minimalist lifestyle. All of his pieces share a poetic story that calls to mind the vibrancy of life itself.
Zhang studied at the Polytechnic University of Milan in Italy, his design journey beginning with courses in Product Design. He then relocated to the United States, where he earned his Master's Degree in Industrial Design at the Rhode Island School of Design(RISD). All the while, he was reminiscing on his time in Italy, which had ignored a passion for craftsmanship inside him. At RISD, he took a hands-on approach to ceramics, textiles, wood, and blown glass. It was throughout this period of his life that he came to a new understanding of his own creativity and his approach to design, developing principles and a medium through which he would connect with others. It was also during this time that he developed the idea that would turn into Ocrum, linking his vivid experiences with one of the most masterful craftsman in the world and creating objects that are as stunning as they are refreshing.
Ocrum's work has been featured in such internationally renowned publications as Elle Decor, Elle Décoration France, Forbes, Interior Design, Surface Magazine, Metropolis, etc.
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