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The design of the Villarceau Table is based on a geometric characteristic discovered by the French astronomer Yvon Villarceau. Main concept is to design a shape by using a mathematical achievement in order to explore a design concept based on the aesthetic dimensions of scientific...

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Nimbus Bowl

In the design of the Amphora Vase and the Nimbus Bowl Philipp Aduatz takes his inspiration from organic forms and natural structures. Appealing in both objects is the elegance of shape and their presence in space. They appear metallic and therefore heavy, but in fact both...

Spoon

Spoon Chair

The main idea behind Philipp Aduatz’ Spoon Chair is to bring the beauty of a bent-back leaf into an object by modifying the principle of the cantilever: here the lever, instead of reaching horizontally, extends upward into one direction. It then loops around over the...

Dormeuse

Dormeuse

In the Dormeuse, Philipp Aduatz’ has created an object that combines a sculptural and opulent shape with a load bearing system of cell-like appearance. Due to its dynamic shape, intermediate positions between sitting and outright lying are comfortably possible. The Dormeuse was Aduatz’ diploma project at...

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Shamrock Table

The Shamrock Table by Philipp Aduatz is a further development of his Singularity Table. The shape of the object, seen from the top, resembles a shamrock or four-leaved clover. From the designer’s point of view it is obtained by applying a geometrical operation. Folding one...

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Villarceau Table

The design of the Villarceau Table is based on a geometric characteristic discovered by the French astronomer Yvon Villarceau. Main concept is to design a shape by using a mathematical achievement in order to explore a design concept based on the aesthetic dimensions of scientific...

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Melting Chair

Philipp Aduatz´ intention in the design of the Melting Chair is to capture a transient transformation within a sculptural object. The Melting Chair, which is suitable for use, is carefully crafted to appear to the viewer either as a solid chair melting away or as...

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Flower Chair

The Flower Chair by Philipp Aduatz was developed based on the Singularity Table. In a continuation of the theme, the Flower Chair focuses on the sensation of gravitational pull by a black hole. Figuratively speaking, the Flower Chair is obtained by bending one side of the...

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Fauteuil II

The Fauteuil II is a complement to Aduatz´ diploma project in 2007, the Dormeuse. The object combines a sculptural and opulent shape with a load bearing system of cell-like appearance in a usable object that is inspired by the classical armchair. Natural structures, such as...

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Drop Lamp

Philipp Aduatz’ Drop Lamp is inspired by the aesthetical way that surface tension permits a drop to form out of a liquid. Sculpted with great care, the geometrically arranged openings in the outer hull interrupt the otherwise smooth and featureless surface. They give the opulent...