Brushstroke Furniture by Nendo for Glasitalia

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“We brushed colour onto the transparent glass surface, then blew another layer of coloured paint on top. Mixing colours through the brush’s unevenness produced a natural effect like wood grain or stone. The tense perfection of glass’ glossiness and smoothness fuses with handwork’s imperfect texture to create an unusual material, employed here for an eight-piece collection including a side table, console, bench and dining table.” nendo.jp

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  • Reply March 4, 2014

    Yasmin Chopin Interior Design

    This is a very beautiful effect. Not a new idea but it’s refreshing to see the application of paint on glass done so perfectly. Yasmin Chopin Interior Design.

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