Rye straw was used to make tapering structural forms
Long fluid limbs of textured bronze lift a detailed frame and comfortable upholstered seat.
A round seat of haunting beauty (and real comfort) that catches the light and the myriad forms of fan coral.
Sculpted and alluring lines of Rye straw are cast, rubbed and polished to reveal their glowing contrast.
Inspired by a bracelet, this stool is made from dancing and contrasting oil-rubbed steel and polished steel that interplay and strengthen the piece. The top is covered with hand stitched natural nappa leather in a subtle lie-de-vin color.
A piece of sculpture to sit upon. Distressed and generous with sinuous structural lines. A gentle lip protrudes to support the seat cushion. Hand-woven Thai silk finishes the top. The bronze patinated surface has a gently worn finish that comes forth when observed.
There is an industrial sensuousness to this stool;
Part horse-hoof, part bamboo stem, this bronze stool has substantial proportions making for a broad and comfortable seat.
Fan corals are whispy, beautiful, shimmering natural forms. We used the pattern to create a light bronze stool.
Cast bronze block with honed surface and corners