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Credenza 172 Flora BY Marcin Rusak

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Credenza 172 Flora

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London designer Marcin Rusak has created a collection of furniture and lighting by encasing flowers in resin, then cutting the blocks to reveal the petals inside.Marcin Rusak developed the Flora collection after two years of research into his combined interests in nature and materials. He began by exploring how he could use flowers to create durable and valuable products. Different processes were then applied to produce a variety of effects across the collection. By cutting sheets and 3D forms from the resin, cross sections of the flowers are revealed.
Customization and different finishes available.
Customization available, different finishes

Dimensions

in / 26H x 18W x 68L
cm / 66H x44W x 172L

Materials Aluminum | Resin
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DESIGNER BIO

Marcin Rusak

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Marcin Rusak (born in 1987, Warsaw, Poland) is an artist and multidisciplinary designer interested in ideas of value, ephemerality and aesthetics. Specializing in storytelling, process and material investigation his work often incorporates research, object and installation as well as visual creations to explore overlooked details of our lives which recreated and re imagined are shown again in a different light. As the son and grandson of flower growers he has long been fascinated by these na tural sources of inspiration and decoration. Engaging them in his creative process began by reusing waste to investigate new decorative elements within everyday objects and led to a rich body of work ranging from research and storytelling to cultural criti cism around consumption and future scenarios.