Jenga Inspired Concrete And Brass Bar by Faridabad Based Design Studio

Jenga Inspired Concrete And Brass Bar by Faridabad Based Design Studio

Mangrove Collective, the Faridabad-based design studio, has custom-designed a Jenga-inspired Brass bar for a private farmhouse on the outskirts of Delhi.  Read more about this striking and unique piece of furniture below at SURFACES REPORTER (SR):

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A light grey concrete structure forms the counter’s base, which leaves more focus to be drawn to the bar framework, which appears suspended in mid-air as a geometric art installation. 

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The composition is made up of seemingly random squares but cleverly composed, leaving the frame feeling light and straightforward. 

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While the front-view appears minimal, the counter’s sides reveal the frame’s intricacy with the interplay of the solids and voids on the counter since neither overpowers the other, resulting in a harmonious balance of form. 

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The colours used are complementary: the golden sheen of brass accents and the matte finish of the concrete frame gives the piece an understated appeal.

About Mangrove Collective

In 2015, Mangrove Collective began as a ‘collaborative design’ studio. Over time, the firm has grown into a ‘design and make workshop’ dedicated to crafting customised furniture, millwork and projects. The team of 60 highly-skilled craftsmen and designers function collaboratively and as equals. The firm has also bagged several design awards.

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