March 15, 2017

Indigo Bench by James Plumb

In 2015 James Plumb shared a statement a day for 365 days , a piece of text, imaginary or video what caught my eye was their latest creation: the Indigo Bench (2016) made out of burnished indigo textile and ebonised beech wood, and exclusively available at Gallery FUMI   

Gallery owners Valerio Capo and Sam Pratt
is are unafraid of the unconventional, and embrace the change and the new, while promoting the value of craftsmanship. They run a growing programme of exhibitions in their galleries in London and Porto Cervo, Sardinia, alongside a presence at international design fairs. At their gallery you will also find the Indigo-luminaire pictured at the end of this post and made with the same medieval dye technic





pictures via James Plumb

1 comment:

Christine said...

The lamp is amazing! So gothic and magical :)