ZSUZSANNA HORVATH & ARIANE RELANDER on Stockholm Furniture Fair 2017
Come and visit us in the Greenhouse stand nr: VH03:26 !
by Zsuzsanna Horvath and Ariane Relander
material: stainless steel, plywood
dimensions: H 800 W 560 D 660 mm
R255 easy chair carries a strong graphic and minimal aesthetic which took shape in the research of a sharp geometric profile and a hypnotic identity.
The chair, made of 9 mm thick plywood molded in the most minimal yet poetic way, welcomes the body in a comfortable lay-back position. The bright, primary red elevates the chair to an abstract and mesmerizing composition, where the thin black lines of the frame finish the elegant drawing.
by Zsuzsanna Horvath
material: steel, aircraft plywood
dimensions: Ø 420 mm
Sila lamp was born through laborious experimentation with digital laser cutting techniques. It is a fascinating, ghostly creation, emerging from the two-dimensional plane of birch plywood, thin as hair. The ethereal structure of the lamp is using a flexible OLED panel as a light source, nearly as delicate as the plywood itself, making it an ideal decoration for the quiet, cozy corners.
material: steel, aluminium, concrete
dimensions: H 1700 W 450-900 D 450-900 mm
Sentinelle lamp is an elegant structure made of two main lines around which two modules can rotate. This rotation system allows a perfect distribution of the light, scaled for a sitting person as well as for the lighting of the room.
The concrete base, tinted in the mass with iron oxide powder, take the appearance of a dark rock and contrasts with the clean and sharp silhouette of the lamp.
by Ariane Relander
material: spruce, glass, aluminum
dimensions: H 320 W 540 L 1000 mm
Compose is a coffee table made of three elements, two wooden blocks and a glass table top. The blocks, tinted with Indian ink are isolated from each other allowing an infinity of choices for the composition. Inspired by the aesthetic of architecture plans, the table is to be as minimal and graphical as possible. However, a strong graphical identity raises from the grid of the wood, enhanced by the ink and the constructive system.
Photography by Ville Vappula