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Zaha Hadid adds to furniture collection

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 15, 2015 in Products
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Set of 3 stools from the collection (Courtesy of Martin Slivka)

Set of 3 stools from the collection (Courtesy of Martin Slivka)

World-renowned Architect Zaha Hadid adds new pieces to her Liquid Glacial furniture collection for David Gill Gallery

Adding to the original table designs that were launched in 2012, the collection has been expanded to include various tables, stools, a chair and a centrepiece. Each work resembles an ice formation that is designed to give the effect that it is melting through space.

The centrepiece from the collection (Courtesy Matthew Farrand)

The centrepiece from the collection (Courtesy Matthew Farrand)

Patterns beneath the surface help to refract the light, making the works seem both solid and fluid simultaneously. The products are milled in clear and coloured acrylics and can be displayed either as a complete unit or as standalone pieces.

A clear stool from the collection (Courtesy Martin Slivka)

A clear stool from the collection (Courtesy Martin Slivka)

 

Details

Venue: David Gill Gallery, 2-4 King Street, London

Date: until 4 July 2015

Opening hours: 10am-6pm Monday-Friday and 11am-6pm Saturday

For more information, visit David Gill Gallery

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