made to talk
There’s a latent genius in the ordinary objects so familiar, we no longer see them for what they are. Made to Talk re-seats us in the familiar while playfully re-orienting our attention to a new material grafted onto an existing typology.
Poetic and subdued, Reflection Plane is a hushed arrangement of oak and steel. A simple intervention, inspired by the Mono-Ha movement gives rise to moments of observation and contemplation; a reduction that celebrates the simple joy of materials themselves.
Made from cotton rag paper and micro-crystalline graphite, this table disappears through use.
Encounter attunes us to the most straightforward connections upon which our complex world depends and brings into focus the conductive and alchemical allure of graphite. Light and industrial offcuts form a new composition with each interaction.
chairs in conversation
wool, horsehair, cotton
greywacke, red oak
quartersawn walnut, caning, bent lamination
oak tanned leather