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GRAVITY OF COLOURS

Zieta at Warsaw Home 2021

27 – 30.10.2021

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

Zieta Studio is thrilled to participate in the first interior design fair after the lockdown. We are coming back on track with the Gravity of Colours exhibition of our Autumn premieres: steel designs immersed in cosmic hues.

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

The Warsaw Home & Contract fair’s theme this year is ‘Reunion’. We will reunite with the participants of the fair, architects, interior designers, specialists in real estate, catering and hospitality and design enthusiasts, and will reconnect with the interior design community.

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

We will present our Transitions Collections together with new mirrors (Silex) and tables designs (Parova Console and Crash Table), among others. You will find us in the hall E of Selected Design, stand E3.02.

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

Photo Weronika Trojanowska

Aurum Collection

Aurum Collection includes mirrors from Zieta Studio, which are a variation on the possibility of coloring inox steel. RONDO and TAFLA Aurum mirrors are objects in three shades of gold: Light Gold, Classic Gold and Rose Gold. From the lightest, delicate gold, in which the cool color of the polished steel shines through the warm color of the varnish; through the classic shade of sunny gold; to rose gold. Aurum Collection is jewelry for the home – mirrors that will attract attention with their golden glow and unusual form.

Parova Console

Parova Console is a new object in the Parova series, which is distinguished by a solid cylindrical base with a sculptural, organic character. In 2019, at the Warsaw Home, Zieta Studio presented Parova Coffee Table. In the case of the console, powder coated or polished steel is combined with personalized table tops. A steel, wooden or concrete top can be selected for the Parova Console. Thus, the console is an object that can be adapted to the interior in terms of form (single or double base), as well as finishes (inox, powder coated steel).

Crash Table

Crash Table is the materialization of a “controlled loss of control”, when what appears to be accidental is in fact the result of a carefully planned process. The steel table top rises slightly on the legs, which at the same time seem to be crushed by its weight. This “swashbuckling” table is the first project made of satin inox steel – it does not reflect light like polished steel, thanks to which the attention is focused on the very form of the table, minimalist and extravagant at the same time. 

 

Crash Table is the embodiment of lightweight engineering. The technically advanced, topologically optimized table top is invisible to the eyes, but it is the structural core of the object that retains its strength and volume with less weight. The outer shell of the table, with legs made of reinforced steel profiles, is an artistic emanation of the optimization and discretization process hidden inside the object.

Silex Mirror

Silex is a sculptural object referring to the archetypal form of the mirror – oval with a decorative frame. At the same time, it is a tribute to the first mirrors, which were also made of a polished piece of metal.

 

Silex is a mirror pane enclosed in a modern frame whose perfectly polished surface resembles glass. Although both the abstract frame and the pane are made of steel sheet, they differ significantly in the degree of expression. A flat, smooth, oval surface is surrounded by an irregularly shaped frame filled with compressed air. Such a combination of a two-dimensional smooth form with the irregular shape of the frame made in the FiDU technology emphasizes the truth of the material with which Oskar Zięta works. 

 

The abstract shape of Silex, reminiscent of a broken piece of flint – the original tool for starting a fire – is motivated by the desire to emphasize the distortions that appear on the metal surface during the volumetric expansion process. When the two-dimensional form acquires the third dimension, steel begins to live its own life, dependent and independent of the designer at the same time.

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