Ash Side Table, 2020. L 480 W 390 H 635 MM. Leg hand carved from one block of elm wood, burnt to shape then sanded to remove ash layer, paint, marble dust, screws. Table Top & Body made from tulip wood veneer with UV resistant high gloss finish and paint. Limited Edition.
Based between Milan and London, the young London-born Artist and Designer Grace Prince has released her debut five-piece collection of limited edition collectible design pieces.
“The 2020 collection works to express much and suggest more in the fewest possible compositional attempts,” explains
This method of working produces a particular tension. Pieces appear seemingly suspended, perceived as delicate and unfinished, with a sense of unsettled balance. When experienced up close, they are strong and sturdy, made with quality finishings and materials.
The collection is made up of five pieces – floor lamp, armchair, coffee table, side table and vase – which relate with each other in a very fluid way. Four of the five pieces have a hand-sculpted element, making each individual work slightly unique from the other, as well as being limited edition.
Clear Coffee Table, 2020. L 890 W 610 H 340 MM. Clear tempered glass, tulip wood veneer with matt finish, paint, leather. Limited Edition.
Mella Lamp, 2020. L 470 W 200 H 1160 MM. Rotating Arm made from hand carved cherry wood, dimmable LED lamp with warm to cold white light options and wireless remote control. Stand made from satin finish stainless steel, tulip wood veneer with UV resistant high gloss finish, plywood, cherry wood, leather. Limited Edition.
Rolande Vase, 2020. L 470 W 400 H 510 MM. Tulip wood veneer with UV resistant high gloss finish, plywood, plaster, paint, marble dust, wood dye, marker. Limited Edition.
After graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2015 with a degree in Fashion Design and Marketing, Grace curved her career path by taking herself into the sphere of furniture design, completing qualifications in carpentry and marble carving.
She moved from London to Milan in 2017 to start her first role as an assistant furniture designer to
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