Fallon Falloff Bowls Featured in Minimalissimo

Hayden Martis’ Fallon Falloff Bowl collections have been featured in Minimalissimo Magazine as “a beautiful addition to any considered space.”

“Conceived from the single sweeping motion of falling; the expectation of the round shape in a bowl-type object, these pieces are a place on that curve,” writes Bronwyn Marshall in the article.

“The Fallon differs from the Falloff, as the name suggests. The inner shaping of the bowl interior is designed to subtly differentiate the two offerings, all comprised of Italian stone, perfectly crafted in one seamless sculpture. Each piece is a limited edition, as the individuality of the sculpture reflects.”

“We produce, bespoke editioned objects – which is more easily categorised as functional art. The practice is growing daily and we recently released the first of our unique lighting sculptures ‘Ascension’ which are very excited for,” said Martis.

Ascension marks the first of the studio’s unique lighting sculptures releasing through 2017, and the third piece from the ‘Balance Collection’.

Hayden Martis is originally from New Zealand, but the industrial designer now calls London home. “His work is characterised by the pursuit of balance through the exploration of limits in materiality, physicality and possibility.”

Article Source: Minimalissimo Magazine, Bronwyn Marshall, February 13, 2017
Image Source: Hayden Martis – Projects

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