Designer profile: Studio LIBERTINY

The work of Tomas Gabzdil Libertiny, a Slovakian-born designer based in the Netherlands, can best be described as obsessive-compulsive. But this complete devotion to his craft also leads to his profound and moving design experiments. As an example, he has recently created a Bic stained cabinet which gets its hue from collecting hundreds of Bic pens, breaking them open, and harvesting all of the ink to cover his cabinet. The result is a cabinet with a durable, dreamlike blue hue. He has also created a writing table whose top is built from twenty-two thousand strips of paper turned on end to create a soft and plyable writing surface. It’s sort of like a writing on the side of a four foot thick book.

honeycomb vase: a vase molded by bees' natural process to build.

Paper Vase: a painstakingly difficult way to make a vase.

Welded: A table made purely from solder used in the welding process.

Writing Table: A table made from 22,000 strips of paper turned on end.

Bic Blue Cabinet: A cabinet painted in Bic ink.

Studio L I B E R T I N Y.

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