Works on display:
Portal - Snøhetta, Erik Jørgensen Møbelfabrik and Everything Elevated
Ambient Teas and Wabi-Sabi Tea Kit Postcard Teas – Pietro Russo and Ichendorf
Causeway Candleholder – Martin Brudnizki and Pemberton & Sons
Immaculate Care Case – Matteo Thun & Partners and Ermenegildo Zegna
Infinity Table - Karen Chekerdjian and Grandinetti
Modular Column - Tijmen Smeulders and Olivier van Herpt
Monolithic Font - Tino Seubert and Pibamarmi
Pocket Ocean - Mathieu Lehanneur and Gérard Pigault
Rising Sun Tea Cart - Isabelle Stanislas and Mauviel
Sacred Space - Francesco Librizzi and De Castelli
Solteira Bench - Pedro Paulø-Venzon and Driade
Spiritual Cupboard - Giacomo Moor and Emmemobili
Taking Care of Wild Relatives - Sebastian Herkner, Lobmeyr and FAO
Time Capsule - Cutler and Gross and Doshi Levien
Trinity of Boxes - Jacqueline Rabun and Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Striking a unique balance between handmade and hypermodern production, this Single Speed has undergone a unique chemical passivation process that protects the metal with an always unique chromated color pattern.
The sleek lines of the Japanese made handlebar and stem flow together, and do not distract from the beauty of the finish. The deep drop of the handlebars pays homage to the very first minimalist bikes, bikes designed to race on a track. The ethereal finish, combined with the simplicity of the track inspired components makes this bike suited for a race around the moon.
Creative forces were merged for this year’s Wallpaper* Handmade exhibition in Milan, as Wallpaper* paired Snøhetta, Everything Elevated and Erik Jørgensen Møbelfabrik. ‘Portal’ is the result of this collaboration – a freestanding installation in the shape of a seemingly never-ending ladder, inviting the spectators to observe it from different perspectives.
‘Portal’ is a result of a holistic and interdisciplinary approach merging the innovative craftsmanship of Erik Jørgensen Møbelfrabrik with Snøhetta’s renowned ability to enhance a sense of space and the physical spaces we inhabit, and Everything Elevated’s unique approach to strategic design, bridging the gap between architecture and design by distilling the essence of the idea into a physical design.
OTHR’s new collection of 3D printed candleholders is EE’s second collaboration with the technology driven New York brand. A graphic collection of friendly shapes that aptly make use of 3D printing technology across multiple materials. Crafted in 3D printed bronze, gloss black porcelain, and matte black porcelain, the candleholders are available in varying sizes that hold one, two or three candle's or a single tea light
Everything Elevated developed the design after the way that growth is expressed in nature. The results are objects whose digitally printed layers tell the story of how it came to be- like rings in a tree, or layers of rock, the process of its creation is inherent to the object.