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Space collection by Peter J. Pless

Categories: Art + Graphics

This year in Milan Design Week 2010, American designer Peter J. Pless exhibited his collection Space. He showed 9 prototypes of usual home objects. He merge their basic functions and create new. The Space include four parts of furniture: intimate, personal, social and public. These four categories offer a significant range of complexity. At the
intimate level, objects maintain a more emotional bond where the
personality of the individual is truly formed.

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Pless-ateliere

Atelier. The designer was working on furniture scale. He create this lamp in purpose to use it not only as light but as intimate room. It create serene environment that is free of visual
distractions and give a sense of security.


Pless-tryst

Tryst. This stool could be good for one or two person seating.


Pless-guise
Guise. Include both mirror and hanging storage.

Pless-stem
Stem. The Stem is intended to remove the need for
excessive packaging of fresh herbs while reducing the need for
transportation of a product that can be conveniently within your reach
as meals are prepared.

Pless-escritoire2

Escritoire. This computer desk very comfy for both work and play at home.

Pless-prism

Prism. This table include mirrored surfaces that reflect interpretation of the surrounding
environment.

Pless-ripple1

Ripple. This chair has very soft surfaces that should remind you serene day at the beach.

Pless-visage1

Visage: This is aluminium screen that has two positions: open and closed. It intended to create space for privacy.

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