“LMC” mobile

by JORDI CANUDAS FAURA

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 45x45x45
Open Editions Material : Brass
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Description

LMC is an exploration on Light, Movement and Colour in the form of a mobile. Discs of acrylic glass in various colours and sizes are mounted on brass tubes that hang from pink thread. As the discs are arranged at random, it is the literal balance of opposing weights that defines the harmony of the piece.
When exposed to direct light, each disc reflects it’s colour and casts distinctive shadows. The combination of colour and shadows create a celebration of light as it passes through the turning mobile and fills the space.
Despite their shared design, each LMC mobile is entirely unique. Specified dimensions are approximate.

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Weight 1,3 kg
Dimensions 30 × 15 × 15 cm
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About the designer


Jordi Canudas launched his design studio in London in 2007, after graduating from the Royal College of Art with a Master\'s Degree in Design Products. He is a member of the London-based collective OKAY Studio. Canudas’ practice is conceptually driven, approaching projects through prototyping, testing, and material experimentation. His work spans the domains of product design and development, art direction, interiors, and one-off production. Canudas’ work has been exhibited internationally, and can be found within the collections of the MoMA in New-York and the Design Museum Die Neue Sammlung in Munich. His work has been featured in major design publications and newspapers worldwide, such as Wallpaper, BluePrint, I.D. Magazine and Salon Magazine. He is currently teaching at the Escola Superior de Disseny Elisava in Barcelona and in Bath Spa University in the United Kingdom.

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