OrtegaGuijarro Principals Explore the Origins of the Sol Side Table They Created for ClassiCon
The origins of Sol, a side table by OrtegaGuijarro principals Carlos Guijarro and Alex Ortega for ClassiCon, began three years ago when the two chanced to meet company owner Oliver Holy at IMM Cologne in Germany. After showing him a series of sketches, Guijarro and Ortega spent weeks experimenting with overlapping samples of tinted glass. It then took “years of intense work to find the perfect proportions, cleanest details, and right colors,” Ortega says. The outcome is a strikingly simple construction of three rectangular or square rounded-corner glass panels of different sizes—in translucent Bronze, Gray, or Royal Blue—that layer into a stunning complex whole.
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Slalom Serves Up Quiet Moments With These Playful Sound-Absorbing Products
Slalom stands out with zippy hues, fun shapes, and intricate patterns for wall coverings, panels, baffles, and furniture designs.
Clarence House Draws on Seminal Art and Architecture Movements in New Collection
Clarence House’s spring collection, 20th Century, brings together the art and architecture movements of the modern era into textiles.