At first glance, these objects might appear to be made via 3D printing or CNC technology, as many are these days. Instead, the series, by designer , are handmade in his London studio. Each piece is made of eco-friendly, cement-like Jesmonite using a process that he developed.
After creating a paper pattern, he cuts and pleats a plastic sheet to follow the pattern, which results in the Herringbone relief. That relief is then used to produce a prototype before making the pieces by hand in colors like: White marble (sparkles), Grey marble (sparkles), Granite (white with speckle), Dark Blue, Brick Red, Taupe, Sage Green, and Yellow. Each piece has a laser etched cork base with the object’s name and piece number. The new objects are available for purchase .
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