Materiality & Assembly


  1. I was interested in this material due to the watery effect created by the blue pigment, as well as the round shape of the piece, which allows it overall to act almost as an optical illusion. “Hand-poured rigid forms with colourful, marbled through thickness patterns. The forms are composed of 73% mineral powder, 25% water-based, acrylic polymer and 2% pigment and additives. Applications included bespoke panels, tiles, tabletops, wall tiling, shelving, furniture and interior components as well as objects.”

2. I found this piece interesting due to the simplicity and the way the light hits each form and results in varying shadows. “Wood tile composed of smaller hexagonal pieces in tessellation. The individual hexagons are slanted and arranged in various orientations to create shade and subtle imagery as the applied surface creates a ‘pixelated’ effect. Applications include feature walls and areas as a highly decorative surface art instillation.”

3. I found this piece interesting mainly due to the colours chosen, although they are not vibrant colours when put together they somehow become very prominent, which I thought was an interesting combination.”Color-infused reclaimed lumber from tractor-trailer truck decking. This decking is made from FSC recycled 100% post-consumer reclaimed wood from the USA. The paint effect is visible in the wood grain, nooks, crannies and bolt holes in the boards with no charge in surface texture. Applications include panels for countertops, splash backs, and accents for commercial and residential spaces.”


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