Lucas Munoz Has Designed Furniture And Lighting Using Materials Normally Found Behind Walls

Lucas Munoz has designed a collection modern furniture and lighting pieces that has been inspired by industrial design and construction materials. #Furniture #Lighting #Design

 

Spanish designer and artist Lucas Munoz, has created Objects From Interstitial Space (OFIS), a collection of furniture and lighting pieces that draw inspiration from construction materials.

 

Lucas Munoz has designed a collection modern furniture and lighting pieces that has been inspired by industrial design and construction materials. #Furniture #Design


In the design of the pieces, materials meant for behind and in between walls (architectural interstitial spaces) have been brought into the living spaces of the home.


Lucas Munoz has designed a collection modern furniture and lighting pieces that has been inspired by industrial design and construction materials. #Lighting #Design


Galvanized steel, weathered steel, copper, concrete, and granite have been combined to create the furniture and lighting pieces, and to give the materials an upgraded visual and functional value.


Lucas Munoz has designed a collection modern furniture and lighting pieces that has been inspired by industrial design and construction materials. #Lighting #Design


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