Seungjin Yang’s Blowing Series started from his intention to transform undefined form of balloons into a type of sculpture through his own interpretations. His work developed from studying the simple behavior of one’s blowing balloons and their form and volume as a consequence, then it became a process of producing balanced structures and rigid textures
Mood sofa is part of the New Malabar's collection, future Classic. Alexander Rodchenko, considered one of the founders of the Constructivism movement, sought new art forms and modes of making art. Art, Alexander believed, had no place in the hermetic space of the artist’s studio. Instead, it should reflect the modern. Rodchenko’s work was heavily influenced by Cubism and Futurism, which featured geometric forms deployed against a white background. Inspired by this movement and its famous realist
Roberto Fallani designed this series of seats that allow for a versatile and completely customizable experience. The black structure is in wood and its semi-spherical shape contains a total of four openings (one on the back and three on the front) that fit the foam round pillows upholstered in glossy PVC in different colors. The pillows can be put when needed and the final effect is of an ever-changing series of chairs that will add a modern touch to any living room.