The twist..

July 2, 2010

You’ve probably heard of the expression ‘….. design with a twist’.. Often times the twist is referred to a couple of touches here and there that add the WOW effect to a space.. The twist could be anything really.. from wall art, to unusual furniture pieces, to unexpected color choices, or simply an element or two that do not necessarily match the style age or mindset of the rest of the room.. Anyway, I found some great “twist candidates” over at the Moss Gallery and thought I’d share them with you…

1. Clay Side table by Maarten Baas, 2. To be continued Coffee Table by Julien Carretero, 3. Stool by Christopher Chiappa, 4. Solid S1 Stool by Patrick Jouin, 5. Sushi II Chair by Fernando and Humberto Campana, 6. Mini Voyage – Swarovski Crystal Palace by Yves Béhar, 7. Fishnet Chair by Marcel Wanders, 8. Dondola Hanging Bench by Tord Boontje, 9. Chippensteel Chair – Polished Steel by Oskar Zieta, 10. CU 29 Chair by Tom Dixon, 11. Sushi IV Chair by Fernando and Humberto Campana, 12. Ortofrutta Poltrona Armchair by Andrea Salvetti

Moss Gallery is a New York based gallery that exhibits the creations of some of the most talented sculpts out there… In Moss’s own words “illuminating the intersections of various disciplines as they merge and morph, fluidly crossing boundaries and breaking taboos surrounding function, decoration, art and design…. Championing the work of narrative as well as process-based conceptual artist/designers such as Maarten Baas, Fernando and Humberto Campana, Studio Job, Tord Boontje, Gaetano Pesce, Hella Jongerius, Tom Dixon, Arik Levy, and Andrea Salvetti…”


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