Cyanometer takes its name from the 1789 invention which was used to measure the colour of the sky. The stones used for the ring-shaped installation are opals, which scatter the light in the same way that the sky does.
The 3 lights, standing, hanging and wall light are part of Swarovksi’s Chrystal Palace lighting collection.
Part of Swarovksi’s Crystal Palace lighting collection.
This is an impression of a research trip to the island of Stromboli by James Shaw and Marjan van Aubel.
Foaming Wood is an investigation of wood shavings combined with a bioresin.
Both the Well Proven Collection and Table 1/7 resulted from this research.
Foaming expanding porcelain
At Caventou, we are redefining solar technology by rethinking our relationship with energy and the objects that use it.