Corbusier – inspired armchair. All armchair’s dimensions come from Corbusier’s “Modulor” – that is originate from proportions of human body. Armchair in made from metal tubes – similar to those found in Thonet type chairs. Piece is upholstered with transparent, soft plastic, which makes it weather proof and perfectly usable outdoors.
Time for toast!. Two versions. With/ without cork + wineglass= pour& enjoy :), and then cork bottle.
Party theme – colourful bottle cap/ decoration. In fancier restaurants when you order wine, waiter may pour it for you while holding bottle wrapped in white cloth. It’s just so wine doesn’t spill ergo, would it be possible to get rid of all the ” glitter and dust” and keep only item’s basic functionality? That it, remake it into something more homey. It can be cut from paper (for single use), but works best if made from soft plastic – the kind that sometimes school notebooks get instead of paper cover. I’ve made also a version cut from soft rubber – and this one was definitely a winner. Rubber was hard to pull on the bottle’s neck, but later on it stayed firmly fixed and stopped any dribble. Washable, too.
Funky lemon squeezer
Funky lemon squeezer Funky lemon squeezer Design for kitchen gadget – a lemon squeezer. I made couple models from thin metal plate. Idea seemed to be a workable one :) I wanted to make something not too serious, maybe looking like a green stem sprouting from lemon.
These are photos for handmade handbag “Chimera”. It’s shape changes a lot, depending on hop you zip it up :) it’s totally an owner’s creation what shape a bag would take and how you wear it.
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This is another take on turning old lamp into something special. I had this wooden lamp for some time, but its modern, mass-produced lampshade didn’t go well with it. So I’ve cut some thick, linen textured paper and painted watercolour … Continue reading
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Handmade lampshade 1. Natural linen canvas, wool and plexi. About 30×45 cm. I’ve made it all by hand, working time was something like a a week, including designing process. I used some sort of flexible, transparent plexiglass for base material. … Continue reading