Ross Lovegrove: Superliquid Series

Ross Lovegrove: Superliquid Series

Ross Lovegrove: Superliquid Series

Editions
Unique

Light Sculpture in aqua
Dimensions
H 245.00 cm   D 90.00 cm  
Material
Glass
Price
POA

After graduating from the RCA in 1983, Lovegrove has seemingly worked with everyone in the design industry, from Apple and Sony, to Driade, Cappellini, and Louis Vuitton. His visually seductive and technologically persuasive designs are inspired by the natural world and informed by his broad understanding of ergonomics, and state-of-the-art materials. Lovegrove curated the first permanent collection at the Design Museum, London and has had solo exhibitions of his work in MOMA New York.

Lovegrove's dematerialist, holistically derived and forward-looking products embody a new organic sensibility and have set the stage for design in this century.

‘The session in Murano was extraordinary. I was very taken emotionally by the way each artisan cared for each other, working as one....it’s something very rare and particular to glass making and the demands I put on them were accepted with great enthusiasm. The one piece at 4 meters was the largest piece they had blown and probably the largest ever in Murano - its transition of state from liquid vertical to rigid horizontal was pure magic . I’ve greatly enjoyed participating in this special event ....it’s what makes designing so worthwhile for me.’

After graduating from the RCA in 1983, Lovegrove has seemingly worked with everyone in the design industry, from Apple and Sony, to Driade, Cappellini, and Louis Vuitton. His visually seductive and technologically persuasive designs are inspired by the natural world and informed by his broad understanding of ergonomics, and state-of-the-art materials. Lovegrove curated the first permanent collection at the Design Museum, London and has had solo exhibitions of his work in MOMA New York.

Lovegrove's dematerialist, holistically derived and forward-looking products embody a new organic sensibility and have set the stage for design in this century.

‘The session in Murano was extraordinary. I was very taken emotionally by the way each artisan cared for each other, working as one....it’s something very rare and particular to glass making and the demands I put on them were accepted with great enthusiasm. The one piece at 4 meters was the largest piece they had blown and probably the largest ever in Murano - its transition of state from liquid vertical to rigid horizontal was pure magic . I’ve greatly enjoyed participating in this special event ....it’s what makes designing so worthwhile for me.’

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