Matter of Motion
“Matter of Motion” is an experiment in the relationship between materials, motion, and shape. The project was motivated by two main guidelines: first, create new aesthetic characteristics that represent the concepts of freezing the moment, control vs. freedom, and the memory of production process; second, be a “one-man production line”. These ideas inspired the development of a new technique for casting various materials using centrifugal force, and to design, develop and build original tools and machinery for an independent production line. The first products manufactured in this process was a series of stools made of polymer resins that highlights the capabilities of the technique, such as combining different materials (wood and metal inserts) during the casting, showing multiple colors in a single object, and combining soft and hard materials together.
We love this interesting combo of materials!
And... That's it!