A celebration of the exciting technological and manufacturing advancements being made by architects and designers, Layers is a nod to the rising trend for modern modular architecture and moulded and layered objects which create a sense of fluidity.
Furniture is constructed from layers of coloured wood, with chairs moulded to look like ribbon and sculptures that have no clear edges created from Fordite, a material manufactured from layers upon layers of old car paint. Buildings mimic optimal illusions with flowing curved lines that appear to fold into one another.
“Inspired by aspects of conceptual architecture, this collection of colours captures the relationship between structures that define and announce creative solutions. This palette acknowledges the relationship and tension that exist between colours to ultimately create a dynamic pattern that engages with the linear dimensions of a space.”
The layering of this trend was captured within the paint application of the photography. Portraying layer upon layer of colours with the palette heavily influenced by the designs that we are seeing.