Facebook

Instagram

Bloc studios

Designers

11080317_10205877133076918_3796411078744795139_o.jpg

For "Marmo Domestico" collection, THÉVOZ — CHOQUET has stripped down the essence of marble to its fundamental qualities : sturdiness, weight and timelessness. The result is a very approachable range of products that will find their meaning in every domestic environment. Based in Switzerland, Joséphine and Virgile position themselves as an interdisciplinary practice focused on product design and communication.

— www.thevoz-choquet.com

CP @ Sara Ferron Cima 

 

For "The Foundations series", Joseph Magliaro is an American designer and writer based in New York, and is co-founder of the multidisciplinary practice Table of Contents. Foundations, a series of furnishings in marble and steel, looks to unsettle distinctions between functional and sculptural objects, and proposes a more ambiguous approach toward domestic environments.    

— www.josephmagliaro.com

— www.tableofcontents.us

CP @ Shu Hung

 

For the " Voie lights – Stone edition ", Sabine Marcelis is a designer living and working in Rotterdam the Netherlands. Since graduating, she has been operating Studio Sabine Marcelis, working within the fields of product, installation and spacial design with a strong focus on materiality. Her work is characterised by pure forms which highlight material properties.

“ The final shape and form of each project is really defined by the effect I want to expose or what the material properties demand to be highlighted ”

— www.sabinemarcelis.com

CP @ Lee wei Swee

 
Capture d’écran 2017-03-20 à 09.06.24.png

For " Posture vases " ,Carl Kleiner is a Stockholm based photographer and image maker, mostly known for his still life photography. 

Taking inspiration from photographer Carl Kleiner’s 2014 series “Postures”, Kleiner and Bloc studios have collaborated to create “Posture vases”. 
The flowers, mounted on a construction of metal wires and marble bases can easily be positioned in different angles by creating sculptural shapes. 

“ The Posture series came from experiments with methods to control the positions of the flowers in order to photograph them in poses and arrangements that made them look alive ” 

— www.carlkleiner.com

CP @ Andrea Portoles

vcs-color.jpg

Valentina Cameranesi Sgroi is a Milan-based independent creative director and set designer working both with the physical objects design and their presentation, through spaces or images.

From 2010 until 2012 she designed the Diesel Home Collection, working closely to the Creative Director, developing the light and furniture collection licensed respectively by Foscarini and Moroso.

Since 2012 she works in association with Enrico Pompili: the Cameranesi/Pompili studio develops concepts and projects both for commissioned and self-initiated projects as set designers, interior designers and creative directors according to each case.

— www.valentinacameranesisgroi.com

 

 
Nick Ross portrait 2.jpg

Nick Ross is a designer based in Stockholm, Sweden. His research focuses on the complex repertoire of history, particularly ancient history, where he finds  the factors with which to interpret the relationship between the user and contemporary design.

Using storytelling as a pretext and applying an always critical approach, Nick Ross is interested in investigating facts and happenings that have determined specific cultural balances; every project comes from the desire to create ideal or real bridges between the present society and that of the past.

— www.nckrss.com

 
LOT_partners9.JPG

Objects of Common Interest is a Greek design studio with the focus in creating objects and still life installations in search of inspirational moments in materiality, process and concept. Objects of Common Interest is formed by Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis, founding partners of LOT office for architecture based in New York and in Greece.

In 2017 Objects of Common Interest was commissioned to design the Design Talks Theater for Design Miami in partnership with Maharam.  In 2018 was invited to design the VIP lounge at Collective Design Fair in New York, and to present a special object collaboration with Sight Unseen for the New York design week.

—  ww.objectsofcommoninterest.com

 
 

Bloc studios — BLC Carrara srl has the property rights to manufacture and sell these products and holds the exclusive manufacturing and distribution rights worldwide. Copying will be prosecuted. © 2018, Bloc studios —  BLC Carrara srl, All rights reserved.