Plopp Copper – 2010 – Available in 2 sizes Oscar Zieta created a unique limited edition of 300 pieces for each named Ploop Copper. Is made of high gloss-polished Copper. Copper Plopps are offered at Moss Gallery in New York and at Karena Schuessler gallery in Berlin. Among the materials popular with designers at the moment, copper undeniably is reaching pride of place. He used raw, as a simple finish or just for some little touch, Its glowing red colour is appreciated from every angles: vase, lamp, shelf, stool, chair. Material: copper, Colours: polished copper Product group: Seating Stools open base with seat unpadded with three-leg base Designer: Oskar Zieta Oscar zieta initially started his work with a curiosity over whether steel could be inflated. Through his research work, he began working with FIDU technology, which is a high pressure interior conversion process that allows him to make heavy steel material appear completely light. Oskar Zieta, born in Poland in 1975, lives and works in Switzerland. He has the typical features of a boy from the East but he works with the same precision of the well known Swiss clocks. Written by Sofia Silva See more artists and creators. | Exhibitions devoted to historical and contemporary themes in design, the fine arts, and architecture.
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Windows on the floor. Im actually obsessed with this. [[ T space.(House) Steven Holl. Dutchess County, NY. 2010]]
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Pod Space is a new garden office company – with a rather nice web site – set up by architecturally trained designer Ben Lord. Interestingly, and this is a trend I expect to see more of in 2010, the pods (there are three models) are aimed at employers who want to give their staff the option of working from home as well as individual shedworkers.
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