Presented as an interesting alternative, given their ease of production and allowing designs that were previously inaccessible, these 3D wall tiles made of synthetic material is the work of designer Lynne MacLachlan. The idea came after discovering how well these small pieces integrated on a wall, given their lightness and ease of installation.
Ceramic designer Olivia Walker’s particular working method allows her to achieve delicate pieces that appear to be on the verge of breaking. In addition to the distinctive shapes, her work also stands out due to the meticulous detail of each piece. Finished in porcelain, they pay homage to the micro-organisms that are found in nature.
With inflatable upholstery, the Puffy chair from Carnevale Studio is covered by a synthetic fabric foam padding, giving it a lightweight and light-hearted appearance. In this collection, fabrics such as satin, silk and plastic take on a fresher and more relaxed appearance.
Young independent designer Connor Holland, from Kingston University, carries out research into ideas and prototypes to check their viability and function, then applies them to more traditional products. His collection Saturn Six echoes the design of his previous work, Apollo Tripod, to achieve a new structure inspired by interstellar forms.
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