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MOIRÉ COASTERS

These laser cut geometric coasters and earrings are now available through my Etsy shop, please click here to buy them.

 

Moiré coasters were featured in Dwell Magazine and exhibited at the FORM exhibition in Frankfurt and the Hungarian Design Awards exhibition in Budapest.

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Strips & stripes earrings

Earring collection made of 2 mm Finnish birch plywood

 
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RVK

The idea for this pair came to me while in Reykjavík, Iceland.

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Lofoten

Earrings inspired by the beautiful tall mountains on the Northern Norwegian Lofoten islands.

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lovatnet

A lake in Norway with a history of landslides.

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Metropolitain

Art deco style earrings inspired by the Paris metro.

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Glymur

Named after one of the highest waterfalls in Iceland, which is one of my favourite hikes.

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Sila by Zsuzsanna Horvath © Ville Vappula

Sila by Zsuzsanna Horvath © Ville Vappula

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Sila by Zsuzsanna Horvath © Zsuzsanna Horvath

SILA

by Zsuzsanna Horvath


material: aircraft plywood
dimensions: Ø 440 mm

Sila lamp was born through experimentation with 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.

Sila was exhibited in the Greenhouse at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2017 and Tendence Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.

It has been published on Trendland, Yellowtrace and Dívány.

Photography by Ville Vappula and Zsuzsanna Horvath

 
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R255 by Zsuzsanna Horvath & Ariane Relander © Ville Vappula

R255 by Zsuzsanna Horvath & Ariane Relander © Ville Vappula

R255 by Zsuzsanna Horvath & Ariane Relander

R255 by Zsuzsanna Horvath & Ariane Relander

R255 by Zsuzsanna Horvath & Ariane Relander

R255 by Zsuzsanna Horvath & Ariane Relander

R255

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.

Sila was exhibited at the Greenhouse in Stockholm Furniture Fair 2017 and published on Trendland, Yellowtrace and Dívány.

Photography by Ville Vappula

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Spatial city

This lantern is my contribution to the Lantern Park which is part of the Lux Helsinki light festival. As the name suggests, Spatial city was inspired by the works of Yona Friedman.

The lantern was exhibited during the Lux Helsinki light festival, 6-10 of January 2016 at Vanha Kirkkopuisto, Helsinki.

 
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Rocking bench

For this outdoor bench I decided to take a playful approach in my design. I wanted to make a bench that looks different if one person sits on it than if two or more people. I played with balance to achieve this goal.

 
 
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Cup chair

Cup chair is a general purpose chair made of solid maple wood and has been manufactured using CNC milling. The chair has been inspired by the classic geometrical shapes of the 60s plastic chairs.

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Levity

Levity is an easy chair made of 1.5 mm plywood and 15x15 mm metal tube, painted blue and black. With Levity chair I wanted to catch the lightness and airiness of the material. The curved seat consists of 2 layers of plywood and styrofoam in between, while the backrest is made of one layer of 1.5 mm plywood. The prototype of the chair is made by myself with help from the wood and metal workshop masters.

The Levity was exhibited at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2015 in Aalto University’s Ultramarine stand and published on Domusweb and Dezeen.

Photography by Ville Vappula.

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   Levity at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2015 © August Eriksson

Levity at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2015
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OCA © Tamás Bujnovszky

OCA © Tamás Bujnovszky

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OCA © castrocamerin

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Hello Wood Project Village 2016

Project by castrocamerin (Suelen Camerin, Carlos Castro)

Team: Dominika Galandova, Orsolya Godra, Zsuzsanna Horváth, Clea Granados Nikolaidou, Sara Simoska, Márta Schmidt, Fábián Villányi, Anne de Zeeuw

The house is a seminal reflection of socio-political relations of people in all cultures. Besides being the place that shelters and protects human life, the way it is built, used and divided can reflect how people relate to each other and organize their society. This project is an homage to one of the most brilliant brazilian architects of all time: Lucio Costa. In 1956 Costa won the competition for the urban plan of Brasilia and in 1964 he designed the installation "Riposatevi: an invitation to rest" for the Brazilian Pavilion at the 13th Milan Triennale. Guitars and colourful hammocks displayed the paradox of a country where laziness and sloppiness are stigmas and yet it was possible to build a new capital in a few short years.

 

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OCA © castrocamerin

location

Csóromfölde
Hungary

 
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NEBULA

Designed and built by: Zsuzsanna Horváth, Ariane Relander, Hao Wu

We participated in the Bergen International Wood Festival 2016 representing Aalto University in the biennial competition organized during the week of the festival. The BIWF focuses on the use of wood as a material, and on its constructive, structural and tactile qualities. The competition was aimed at designers, architects, artists and students of these fields from all over the world to create experimental spatial constructions in wood. As the participants had to join teams of three people, we chose to form our group between Zsuzsanna Horvath, Ariane Relander and Hao Wu, all three of us from the Product and Spatial Design Master’s program, We designed our installation and got selected as one of the 24 teams who could go and build on site in Bergen between the 8th and the 14th of May, 2016. We ended up with a really light and poetic installation which attracted a lot of attention.

Nebula is in the same time a sculpture and an interactive installation as it moves with the wind and with the interaction of the people touching it. The wave was “drawn in its shape by a 3D computer model but its form is never final, as it is continuously reshaped by the movement of the wind. However, as strong as the wind can be, the movement stays peaceful and imprints the sculpture with a really soft wave. The sculpture breathes, it lives.

LOCATION

Store Lungegårdsvann
Bergen
Norway

 
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