The usage of ‘the wave’ her would be incomplete without the addition of ‘the cink’; a cylindrical aluminum sink with wooden cabinet and table feet. From some viewpoint, it will remind you with the graceful shape of the moon. Other SplinterWorks project that challenge gravity is ‘the wink’. Its feet basically made from a slant half stainless (or aluminum) steel that hold a cabinet and breakfast table, which is absolutely mind blowing.
Not only ‘the tipping point’, SplinterWorks also has some more in their pocket to blow your mind, which is called ‘the dime’. It is basically a unit of a half ball that planted on the wall. Taking the idea from spinning coin effect, this piece is a functional cabinet that you would love to be in your kitchen. The company uniqueness through an applied art also can be seen through ‘the wave’, which is a singular curving of stainless steel that would be perfect for a breakfast bar.
One of the company iconic designs is the ‘Tipping Point’; it is an optical striking structural that appears to resist gravity by showing that a huge leaning form can balance even though it has knife-edge. This has been possibly done through perfect symmetry of the balancing arcs. That shape itself then looks even more elegant and somewhat weightless by having a reflective mirror-like stainless steel, which is also giving an almost invisible appearance to the whole piece. Those reflective persona also make it easy for the furniture to blend with any environment while the circular shape somehow ‘builds’ a self-contained operating space that easily placed in any open plan area.
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