Studio Vit design furniture, lighting and spaces. Referencing archetypal objects and form, it is essential for the studio to design long lasting, carefully considered and well made products with great attention to detail.
Studio Vit's main interest lies in the relationship between elementary form, material and volume and how these elements relate to a space. Objects coexist harmoniously, but simultaneously recall tension and imbalance. Materiality is central and each material is valued for its inherent characteristics, whether it be weight, texture or color.
Studio Vit was founded by Helena Jonasson and Veronica Dagnert in 2010. Going from disparate backgrounds, Helena with a BA in Industrial Design and Veronica with a BA in Fashion and a MA in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins. The duo complement each other and has a wide perspective on their work which is fueled by a joint vision.
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Materials: Matt lacquered blue black steel and gradient dark blue steel, individually marked by hand
Dimensions: 27.5 x 37.5 x 50 cm / 31 x 31 x 50 cm
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About: 2 PLINTH are two objects which are based on archetypal form that has been altered. Classical proportion has been changed and so has material and color. As a result what used to be a generic white cylinder takes on new meaning. 2 PLINTH are objects in their own right but can also have a function, they can be used to sit on or things can be placed on top of them. Ultimately they are for others to explore and infuse meaning into.
2 Plinth is a part of group show 'The Plinth Projects' opening from 18th November 2016 to 21 January 2017 at Etage Projects.
Material: handblown glass and polished metal
Dimensions: 27 x 27 x 39 cm
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About: Cone lights is a collection which is about opposites. It consists of two elementary forms, the cone and the sphere, the are combined in different ways. Spheres in handblown glass and cones in matt white or mirror polished metal make up lights that cast light from the ceiling, wall or floor. The materials are hollow or solid, matt or reflective.