The Colour of Hair is a collaborative project by Martijn Rigters and Fabio Hendry, who met and studied together at the Design Products program at the Royal College of Art in London. The tables display their innovative process of transforming abundant human hair into a sustainable and resistant ink. By carbonising the keratin from the hair into hardened aluminum, the duo has developed multiple unique patterns forge of artefacts as well as applied their printing wonders to floor and wall tiles.
Paresse by the young French designer Guillaume Morillon is a daybed celebrating lazy pleasure experienced at the beach. While sitting or laying, Paresse offers both a change of scenery and the comfort of an interior furniture. Combining specific materials and technics, the aesthetic of the daybed refers to beach furniture, sails, ropes, meshes or plastic inflatables encountered on the seaside resorts.
Pico Balla by German designer Enzo Zak Lux is a sculpture and a display unit for special items. The back wall consists of 8 colour fields, on which surfaces of different heights are aligned with one another. Three identical wall objects have been produced to appear strikingly different simply by being rotated by 90 degrees. Viewing the superimposed surfaces from different angles results in a fascinating game of constantly evolving compositions of color and space.