Ocean Mirrors by Humberto & Fernando Campana
by Harry / April 25, 2013
Designer-architects the Campana brothers have framed a series of mirrors with felt, rubber carpet and EVA in different shades of green, blue and white to "create a liquid atmosphere".


The series of unusual pieces, entitled Ocean Collection, builds on the mash up of materials that resembles Japanese maki rolls developed by the Brazilian design duo back in 2002 when they were investigating methods to make upholstery without relying on traditional techniques. "So we're re-visiting our start now using new materials and benefitting from the maturity of our work." say the brothers. "For the Carpenters Workshop Gallery exhibition, we wanted to create an art installation where mirrors connect with other realities and become synonyms of other dimensions. In addition to the wall mirrors, we created pendant mirrors because when you put them in a room they twist and turn, absorbing the space and reflecting what is around them". More at Carpenters Workshop Gallery.


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