Opticabinet

by Lisa Brustolin Netherlands

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Estimated production time: 6 weeks

Dimension LxWxH (cm): 124x35x184
Open Editions Material : Brass, MDF
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Description

Handcrafted in Italy by masters of Venetian craftsmanship, this cabinet Lisa Brustolin is an extensive research on the interaction of colour, which is here applied to the surface in order to create a gradient illusion depending on how far is the user.

Many greens and blues combinations were studied in order to find the perfect brightness value that could make the effect work.

Conceived as a special object where to store precious things, the cabinet rests on a brass base and it makes use of colours also inside, with an intense blue interior and green shelves.

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Weight 140 kg
Dimensions 135 × 45 × 195 cm
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About the designer


With a background both in graphic and product design, Italian-born, Rotterdam based Lisa Brustolin spent years working between graphic design, photography and art direction before having the urge to experiment with another dimension by creating some extravagant furniture that can create a personal relationship with the owners. Her practice explores ways of giving shapes to colors, obtaining different perceptions through patterns and materials in objects that can transform and change behavior depending on the user interaction. Colors, carefully selected in bold combinations and chosen to interact in specific ways, act as the main shaper of sensations. The results are graphic expressions molded into tridimensional objects, non-static and unconventional characters which enhance the surrounding space, breaking monotony of everyday common spaces.

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