and I particularly admired his beautiful minimalist aesthetic; his unique sculptural pieces are best described as simple yet elegantly timeless, objects which intimately enhance a space.
In this feature, we explore the young Melbourne-based designer’s latest collection, which he produced remotely during lockdown in collaboration with Barcelona-based digital artists Spot Studio.
Moodlum Zinc explores the mood mirrors, coffee, and side tables; however, in the Moodlum the base of the furniture products and framework of the mirrors are plated in zinc, a performative finish allowing each object to reflect the colours and tones of its surroundings. The stunning pieces provide a delicate alteration in their chromatic form, uniting with and enhancing the space in which they sit.
A standout and striking collection by a remarkable artist, Moodlum epitomises Dean Norton's skill in creating products that consider form, function, refined detailing, and harmony in materials.
Drawing his inspiration from several contemporary influences, Dean strives to create enduring pieces that connect on an emotional level, merging a balance between art and design while maintaining a minimalist design aesthetic.
The fashion month madness keeps its pace with London Fashion Week just wrapping up, and in case you missed it, we wanted to break it down for you!
The Conscious Festival is coming to Paris from September 24-26, promoting sustainability with a global reach.
The hardcover book, titled Koichi Takada: Architecture, Nature, and Design, will be available on October 26.
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