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Incunabular Collection by Invisible City

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 31, 2012 01:01 AM
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by Tyler last modified Aug 30, 2012

The first design cue that caught my attention with the incunabular collection by Invisible City is the leg configuration. The stance or perch of these pieces is unique and nicely off kilter. The Incunabular Desk for me, is the stunner in the group, sleek minimal and modern. Invisible City’s desk joins the Incunabular collection taking its [...]




 

 

The first design cue that caught my attention with the incunabular collection by Invisible City is the leg configuration. The stance or perch of these pieces is unique and nicely off kilter. The Incunabular Desk for me, is the stunner in the group, sleek minimal and modern.

Invisible City’s desk joins the Incunabular collection taking its dimensions and ratios from the international paper standard ISO 216, Series A. The geometric rationale behind this series is the square root of 2, which maintains the aspect ratio of each subsequent module, i.e. A3, A4, A5 etc.

incunabular invisable city modern furniture

incunabular invisable city modern furniture

incunabular invisable city modern furniture

incunabular invisable city modern furniture

incunabular invisable city modern furniture

http://www.invisiblecity.co.uk


 

 

 
 
 

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