Industrial elegance is refined with an Eastern aesthetic in home and lifestyle products. Origami folds are softened with architectural curves, modernising the look with soft lines and rounded shapes. Organic forms and raw surface treatments add a sense of craftsmanship, with natural textures complimenting the subdued colour palette.
Images left to right: Salonesatellite Moscow, House of Dior in Seoul designed by Christian de Portzamparc (photo by Nicolas Borel), Leolux.
Exaggerated forms are softened with clean, rounded lines. A cool, clinical palette enhances the zen quality when applied to furnishings.
Images left to right: Anna Badur and Antje Pesel, Atipico, Imperfettolab.
Natural textures add a handmade quality to homeware, refined by smooth surfaces and raw treatments. Mineral compositions become the organic approach to patterning.
Images left to right: Itlas, Whitebeam Studio, Rudi Rabitti.
Traditional eastern woodwork is given a minimal makeover for homeware. Colour is applied in raw, ink stroke placements which mimic organic treatments such as raku.
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