Friday, December 3, 2010





I first read about Felicia Ferrone here, a Chicago based designer and was quite impressed with her work. I plan to visit Volume Gallery soon. Meanwhile, here are a few highlights from the gallery and the objects showcasing Ferrone's work.






For example, in Shift (pictured above), a void in the tabletop limits the accumulation of "life's detritus." The surface is minimized, inviting the user to play a more active role in their everyday use of furniture. 





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Light fixture freely orbiting overhead..

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Shadows cast from Pika Pika, a commentary on shadows and light. Ferrone's work is characteristic of objects affected with material and defined by their space and, therefore, function.


Glassware now used by Thomas Keller at French Laundry and Per Se.





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