2016


The 2016 Bradley L Bowers collection is marked by an intrepid exploration of movement and materiality. Each piece within the collection pushes the the boundaries of traditional archetypes, while pioneering innovative construction techniques. 

 

Icarus Coffee Table


Inspired by the sinuous curvature of outstretched wings, the Icarus coffee table evokes the sweeping rhythms of avian flight. Each of its fins seamlessly fuse the tabletop and table leg into one  dynamic whole. The use of hard maple lends a warm glow to the  table’s kinetic energy, bridging the divide between traditional craftsmanship and contemporary geometry.

 

Material: Maple / Oak / Walnut (pictured in Maple)

Dimensions: H / 16.5"  W / 36" L / 42"

 
 

Atlas Chair


Atlas is a chair characterized by an interesting contrast: the novelty of contemporary manufacturing and the distinct chairness of its form.  A fusion of layers strategically oriented on various planes, Atlas is a robust composition of indivisible elements. Atlas champions a new method of production and assembly through a creative exploration of digital construction techniques coupled with contemporary materials.

 

Material: OSB / Oxidized Oak

Dimensions: H / 31.75"  W / 20.25"  L / 19"

 
 

Sierra Cocktail Table


The volcanic shifting of tectonic plates as they thrust landscapes up from the earth’s crust inspired the Sierra table series. Virtual nodes of positive and negative energy carve voids into their forms, creating a digital erosion. This digital erosion allows Sierra to be at once mountainous and fluid, steadfast and robust. Crafted from more than 100 layers of hand polished acrylic plates, Sierra boldly captures the dynamism of the tectonic landscape.

 

Material: Black Acrylic / White Acrylic (pictured in Black Acrylic)

Dimensions: H / 17.75"  W / 23.50" L / 47"

 
 

Joji Bed Frame


Breathtaking and effervescent the Joji bed creates dynamism through morphing structural frames. With its open framing Joji enfolds an ethereal volume of light and shadow, adding a contemporary energy to any interior space. Driven by a desire to challenge traditional archetypes the studio created Joji to explore and merge the contemporary and the traditional.

 

Material:  Oak / Walnut (pictured in Oak)

Dimensions: H / 31"  W / 66.75" L / 113"

 
 

Sierra Side Table


The volcanic shifting of tectonic plates as they thrust landscapes up from the earth’s crust inspired the Sierra table series. Virtual nodes of positive and negative energy carve voids into their forms, creating a digital erosion. This digital erosion allows Sierra to be at once mountainous and fluid, steadfast and robust. Crafted from more than 100 layers of hand polished acrylic plates, Sierra boldly captures the dynamism of the tectonic landscape.

 

Material: Black Acrylic / White Acrylic (pictured in Black Acrylic)

Dimensions: H / 24.25"  W / 13" L / 19.25"

 
 

Arc Floor Lamp


Taking the trajectory of a bouncing ball as a starting point and exploring the creation of a lamp from a single strand of light, Arc becomes a continuous and fluid beam of radiance. Lyrical and minimal, Arc creates the most from the least. It effortlessly gives form to the elusive architecture of light and shadow. The deliberate use of 3D-printing coupled with age old craft techniques results in Arc, an effortlessly contemporary floor lamp.

 

Material: Bright White LED / Acrylic / Woven FIber

Dimensions: H / 63.25"  W / 35.75" L / 25.75"

 
 

Horus Low Stool


The lyrical movement of the Horus stool draws inspiration from the structure of birds wings. Through the stool form and structure are unified, as a result the design of Horus eliminates any secondary supports. The Horus stool is a purposeful exploration of contemporary wood working and dynamic form finding. The use of aged oak creates a unique contrast between form and material.

 

Material: Oak / Walnut (pictured in Oak)

Dimensions: H / 16"  W / 18.75"  L / 11.75"

 

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