The Landscape of Gravity by Kirsi Enkovaara: London Design Festival 2014
By Sarah Housley

Royal College of Art graduate Kirsi Enkovaara is exhibiting a collection of furniture with swilled colour surfaces at Big Small in East London this week, …

Sep 19, 2014
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Royal College of Art graduate Kirsi Enkovaara is exhibiting a collection of furniture with swilled colour surfaces at Big Small in East London this week, as part of the London Design Festival 2014.

One of the festival’s highlights for colour, The Landscape of Gravity collection is made by filling each vessel with water, then oil paint, and draining the mixture. The resulting pattern shows the effect of gravity on the colour, as it drags the watery mixture down and out of the vessel.

Homebuildlife subscribers can find more watery inspiration in our emerging materials trend, Aqua Effects.

– Sarah Housley

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