Questioning the existing typologies of homeware, LS GOMMA’s exhibition, titled Satellites, includes reinventions of the firm’s rubber and metal mesh designs, which have proven to provide functional, waterproof and flexible vessels for versatile home constructions. Expanding on its former work, LS GOMMA has introduced a series of lighting designs made with the same materials, utilizing their translucent qualities to experiment with forming shades.
Elsewhere at the show, the studio exhibits minimal versions of its Satellite Stool, a modern take on a seat by Belgian brutalist architect Juliaan Lampens in folded aluminum, and the U-Table, which is made of three heavy-duty layers of aluminum profile with powder-coated and rubber-sprayed finishes.
Through this exhibition, and its slate of previous, furniture-oriented presentations, Fels aims to continue their research of the many intersections between function, beauty conceptualization and outcomes.
LS GOMMA’s show, which debuted on November 25, will only remain open until December 5. If you happen to be in London, check out the studio’s inventive offerings at TANK Magazine’s Fitzrovia space at the address below. Otherwise, take a look at the exhibition in the gallery above.
91 – 93 Great Portland Street
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