Here are a few more favs from the St. Ann's Warehouse show. The work was pretty inspiring to me. So glad to have to much talent in Brooklyn.
This was one of my "ooooo, nice" reactions to the Loop End Table by Carla Franciose. She's a Pratt student we'll have to keep an eye out for her. It's sooo, nice.
This melting chandelier was gorgeous. By Studio Vetro.
The Axonometric 2 Table was an exploration of an axonometric drawing of a cube. Made of 4 x 4 cedar wood it was a stunning combination of function and sculpture.
Didn't get the name of who made this, but I liked the sustainability idea.
These pieces are part of the Array Series by Jason Pfaeffle, another Pratt student. He uses a single cast component combined with wooden dowels to create this series.
This first piece is from young designers Levent & Romme. It's a cool weavescreen.