Characterised by simple geometries, Offset Cube is rendered in bronze over a wood substructure. It is crowned with a soft seat sheathed in textiles made from alpaca wool and mohair.
The materials were chosen for their low environmental impact and assembled in LA, where the product is being sold exclusively through Twentieth.
The gallery describes the design as being “characterised by a quiet monumentalism that is as subtle as it is grand”.
Offset Cube was designed by Daniele Albright, the lead designer of local studio Videre Licet, who was inspired by Californian modernism and its emphasis on minimal forms and sensory experience.
“Those are my foundations but I interpret them through a contemporary sensibility that values asymmetry and other subtle interventions and disruptions of convention,” said Albright.
Offset Cube is available in either a light or medium patina bronze or pewter steel.
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