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30.4.07

paul isabella

designer paul isabella sent over some of his work and i was intrigued by a number of his pieces. paul is currently a student at the savannah college of arts and design (where i'll be speaking on may 15th if you're in the area!) and designed a series of products with wonderful sense of playfulness. paul's "burly man" chair uses wilsonart sample chips to create a unique form, which his "modfather" clock distills a traditional gradfather clock down to its most basic form. my favorite piece of paul's is "el credenza"- a flatpak piece that has holes in the top for lighting. these are all prototype projects but i thought they showed real promise and an interesting way of looking at furniture and products. you can find more information on paul's work right here. [thanks paul!]

[if you're in the savannah area i'll be speaking at scad on may 15th- i'll post more details when i have them]

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Anonymous dana said...

Savannah, Georgia? I always now think of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" every time I hear about Savannah. I so love that movie and have yet to finish the book, it is good so far :-)

9:56 AM  
Blogger ** Terramia ** said...

Wow, fabulously cool pieces. Some amazing talent out there...

3:17 PM  

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