Constructivist Mirror Series by Nina Cho

January 20, 2016

Artistic Construction

Art is frequently employed as inspiration for product design but Constructivism is perhaps a path less trodden by product designers.  This makes Nina Cho's Constructivist Mirror Series rather special.  By combining different materials such as acrylic, ebonised wood and copper in simple yet highly geometric compositions she has achieved harmony between form and material. 

Links 

http://ninacho.com/work/mirror/

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