Alessandra Baldereschi for Skitsch: FildeFerPosted: July 26, 2011
I’m definitely seeing a trend of designers using line work to create forms or illusions of forms. And I love it. It brings graphic design into the world of 3D objects & furniture and it feels very current, aesthetically speaking. I particularly love the tufting details where the “fabric” gathers. It’s the little things really. More from the designer below.
From Baldereschi: FildeFer is a collection composed of a chair, a sofa, a table and a coffee table for outdoors. The iron rod is used as a graphite pencil to draw with – the curved lines creating a capitonné upholstery effect. New and slightly surreal, the series evokes charm of memory, giving the advantage of artifice image instantly familiar. Available in four colors: gray, dark green, light blue and white.
Seen on: Flodeau