sunwind bench

LIMITED EDITION

fabricio roncca x david iain brown

description

Playful reinterpretation.

Sunwind reflects material balance and stretches the imagination, accentuating an aspect of fantasy and modern design. With exquisite details, Sunwind is a statement mid-century bench for art lovers.

MATERIALS

Ripped curved wood

Painted steel

Painted carbon steel sheet

 

DIMENSIONS

Width   197 cm | 77.5 in

Depth     46 cm | 18.1 in

Height    39 cm | 15.3 in

THE DESIGNER

Fabricio Roncca

Fabricio Roncca is an architect and urban planner graduated in 2002, from Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil and works since 2003 with architecture projects, interior and furniture design. In his work Fabricio shows beauty, sustainability, material balance and affective memory. Brazilian architecture is his main source of inspiration

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INTRODUCING

Fabricio roncca x DAVID IAIN BROWN

COLLABORATION

Presenting the Fabricio Roncca x David Iain Brown collaboration

 

On the occasion of a Behspoke designer-artist collaboration, the established Brazilian-based Studio Fabricio Roncca, incorporated fabulous shapes and colours inspired by the paintings of the abstract artist David Iain Brown, into an exclusive strikingly contemporary limited edition bench.

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DAVID IAIN BROWN

Emerging artist David Iain Brown, lives and works in Glasgow. Since completing his Master’s Degree in Fine Art at Grays School of Art in 2018, Brown has exhibited widely.

His most recent show was his first solo exhibition at Ninasagt Gallery in Dusseldorf.

Brown's work focuses on the space between abstraction and reality. Taking inspiration from mundane objects, artefact, experiences and memories cultivated from the monotony of daily life - his work tells a story, built upon the history of its layers - with the concept of time passing as a prominent theme within the work. The work holds tensions between the additive and subtractive process, the making and unmaking of an image.

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.

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