The third set of this week consists:
1. Stellar Console Table by Jake Phipps
Part of the award winning Stellar Collection – the Stellar Console Table is inspired by the precious qualities of naturally forming amethyst geodes and machine cut diamonds. The large expansive surfaces on the table are in stark contrast to the turbulent seam of individually sized and angled mirrored sections that run through them.
2. Hill House Ladderback chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Truly unique extra large Hill House Ladderback chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, manufactured by Cassina Italy around 1980. The chair is extremely large and has probably been produced for an exhibition, therefore being a very rare find. It has a highly recognizable black wooden base and ladder backrest. The Hill House chair combines figurative and symbolic ideals with a linear geometry, no doubt inspired by the abstract graphics of Japanese design. It is more than a mere chair in that it illustrates Mackintosh’s articulation of space with its high back and rows of horizontal bars, topped with a grid: with slats and straight poles crossed together to create a resistant frame.
3. The lighting-system by Gabriel Scott
Made up of a sequence of interconnected geometric shapes, the Welles is a modular and customizable lighting-system that forms sculptural and organic shapes in all its various configurations and silhouettes. From long branches to large clusters, the nature of this metallic light-fixture allows for infinite Silhouette options. All Gabriel Scott pieces are handmade in Canada.
4. Poster. Gardens of edges, artwork by Ekaterina Mungalova © aka Ekaterina Moong
Gardens of edges is floating above us like clouds collected from shards of a kaleidoscope, each faces plays with its color, Rocking trees ingrown into strange geometry planes create music as multifaceted as our life.
there are birds that try to bewitch us with their songs, but nowhere to sit down and nowhere to step, there are sharp edges everywhere, there is no place for us in these areas. So it may not be worth it, chasing chimeras, looking for happiness in a fantastically imaginary world, dreaming about something that does not exist, you probably just need to turn your head, open your eyes and look for inspiration, harmony in green grass, blue sky, fluffy clouds and a simple cozy life without these beautiful, but prickly faces.
#artwork by Ekaterina Mungalova © aka Ekaterina Moong
5. the antic chinese vase( private collection)