Furniture+colours game

Design by Indra Marcinkevičienė

by Serena L. Rosato
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DESIGN_ What if behind the concept of creating a piece of furniture, an object for your everyday-life space, there's the keyword "colour"? 

Indra Marcinkevičienė is a Lithuanian designer with an exclusive personality. She creates colourful, vibrant, unconventional and decorative interior and provides variation of contrasting colouring and fabric solutions, combinations of geometrical and streamlined forms, and has acquired a vibrant and exclusive style. 

Once you see her collection Peace&Love, you cannot help but be caught: colours and abacuses, therapeutic massages, peace and relax.  The theme of love and peace is chosen because it symbolises a rejection of greyness, apathy and mass production.


 

This furniture is close to being art work: the elegant fantasy of Dalí, the depths of colours of Matisse, the rationality of Picasso. Only the chairs are mass-produced. All other items are singular hand-made works of creativity. The designer of this furniture loves the creative process and she calls the creation of each piece of furniture a meditation. This is furniture for making body and soul feel better: it perfectly massages the body, gives pleasure to the eyes and joy to the soul. It is furniture for people who love life and are not afraid to enjoy it. There is no room here for temperate love, lukewarm coffee  and half - hearted glances.  We are talking about beauty! -  Art critic Aistė Paulina Virbickaitė

 


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    • Serena L. Rosato

      Architect

      Bari / Italy

      Architetto per vocazione, web writer per diletto. Progetta spazi e costruisce idee giocando con pixel e inchiostro, occhi curiosi e delicata ironia. Attenta ai dettagli e distratta dalle novità, costantemente alla ricerca della bellezza delle cose. Dichiarata dipendenza da viaggi, musei e scarpe. ____________________________________________________________ Architect by vocation , web writer for pleasure. She designs and builds spaces ideas playing with ink and pixels, curious eyes and delicate irony . Vigilant to detail and distracted by the novelty , constantly in search of the beauty of things. Declared dependence on travel, museums and shoes .)

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