February 12, 2013
Wrote Alix Browne in the New York Times,
"Last year, on a residency in Jaipur, India, the Swiss designers Lovis Caputo and Sarah Kueng began experimenting with sand and pigment on a small scale, making objects and baking them in a microwave. Back in Zurich, they perfected a no-bake recipe. Their Sand Series is a collection of unique stools that can be used indoors or out."
Wrote the designers,
"These pieces are made from a pigment-colored mixture of sand and mortar. Layer upon layer is poured in a casting mold. Then the massive object is worked into a stool with a hammer and chisel. Every piece is unique. They can be kept outside like real stone."
February 12, 2013 at 12:01 PM | Permalink
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