The Fudge Chair Celebrates Design’s Imperfection
There’s plenty of things to be said about unintentional design imperfections, one being that they’re welcome. Faye Toogood’s playful Fudge armchair celebrates the process, much like some of her other furniture pieces. Fudge’s solid form sits on stout legs for a satisfyingly chunky feel, featuring subtle asymmetries and soft lines that give it an almost childlike quality. The armchair started out by being crafted in clay before being reproduced at full size in wood, then cast in fiberglass by master artisans. After that, Fudge receives a hand-sanded satin-matte finish in colors that range from subtle cream and charcoal to pastel mallow and malachite green.
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Friday Five with Eugene Kim of Dims.
Photo: Angel Sarmiento Former lawyer and design lover Eugene Kim founded Dims. in 2018 with the goal of discovering fresh, diverse voices in design and championing their work to a larger audience at a fair price. Dims. is a young direct-to-consumer design company that partners with a culturally diverse list of emerging designers from around...
The Minimalist Orbit Chandelier by Workstead
Orbit Chandelier is a minimalist chandelier created by Hudson-based studio Workstead. Based on the success of the studio’s original Orbit Sconce and its radiant, disc-shaped form, the introduction of the chandelier marks Workstead’s sixth lighting release of this year, their 10th anniversary. The chandelier features the iconic reflective disc, with two larger concave surfaces facing...
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