imaginary world

Imaginary world

As a sculptor Carina Riezebos has carved an imaginative object out of solid pieces of marble. The stacked balancing cubes create a playful kitchen cabinet which has been made out of Formica Colorcore® Compact, elegant marbled material of a new Formica collection which combines a veined surface with a through colored core.

As a sculptor Carina Riezebos has carved an imaginative object out of solid pieces of marble. The stacked balancing cubes create a playful kitchen cabinet which has been made out of Formica Colorcore® Compact, elegant marbled material of a new Formica collection which combines a veined surface with a through colored core. For this surrealistic stacked cabinet the designer combined materials from the Formica Decometal® collection, in gold, brass and brushed argent decors. The drawers made of Decometal have a golden and woven metal finish which are finished with glossy glass drawer knobs in the shape of wings. The inspiration of this was the surrealistic painting by Dali `Woman with drawers~, a human cabinet whereby the woman has a set of drawers in both her chest and legs. Rezebos` miraculous furniture piece is accompanied with glossy polished glass amuse spoons and striking napkin rings in matching tints of amber, gold, bronze and copper of the collection of Carina, also a mouthblown perfume bottle with a collar which fans out. With this inspiring kitchen setup the designer gives a sneak peak in her colorful imaginary world.

Ter gelegenheid van het kunstfestival Masterly The Hague ontwerpt Riezebos de vaas met diverse verwijzingen naar het werk van Honthorst. Zo komen de ogen van Mary Stuart als prints terug op het plaatmateriaal. De edelstenen van de jurk zijn vertaald in geslepen glas en de kleuren wit en donkerrood zijn gebaseerd op het kleurgebruik van de schilder. Door op geheel eigen wijze licht- en donkereffecten toe te passen, krijgt het beroemde ‘clair-obscure’ van Caravaggio een moderne vertaling.

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