Wire / Overgaard & Dyrman

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Wire, the first collection of Danish furniture brand Overgaard & Dyrman, established in 2013 by Jasper Overgaard and Christian Dyrman.
Manufactured in Denmark, the Wire collection consists of a sofa, lounge chair, lounge table and dining chair. Comes in clear, brushed or black coated steel frame and hand stitched leather upholstery.

 

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Artist & Dealer

Artist & Dealer by German artist Moto Waganari, previously featured here.

Suspension Vertigo / Constance Guisset

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Two white Suspension Vertigos lights, designed by Paris -based Constance Guisset, looking good @ Beau Marché

Wireflow / Arik Levy

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Series of pendant LED lights designed by artist /designer Arik Levy, produced by spanish company Vibia.

via design boom

Moto Waganari

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Transparent network-sculptures made of polyamide and wire, with the use of a 3d printer and gifs (following) by German artist Moto Waganari aka Lutz Wagner.

 

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You may also check out the interactive Real Virtuality @ Waganari’s website to manipulate some of these figures.

Untitled / Ruth Asawa

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Untitled, copper, iron, and galvanized steel crocheted wire sculptures (1955) from Japanese American artist Ruth Asawa. (images taken at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, CA via + via)

CoverBoy

Wire shelving system from German designer Alex Valder.

embrace exposure

Exposed electical wiring in the GT House designed by studio Guilherme Torres. Located in Londrina, Brazil. Exposed pipes was one of the earliest methods of wiring buildings from 1880 to 1930. More safe, easy to repair and absolutely gorgeous!

 

via gblog

previously :

Embrace imperfection

Pipe light installation