These Stools Were Made By Re-Melting Lava Rock

Chilean design studio gt2P (great things to People), have launched their latest collection, named "Remolten N°1: Revolution Series”, a group of stools that have been created using real lava.

Photography by Aryeh Kornfeld

 

Chilean design studio gt2P (great things to People), have launched their latest collection, named “Remolten N°1: Revolution Series”, a group of stools that have been created using real lava.

 

Chilean design studio gt2P (great things to People), have launched their latest collection, named "Remolten N°1: Revolution Series”, a group of stools that have been created using real lava.

Photography by Aryeh Kornfeld

The group of stools are made from volcanic rock that’s been crushed and re-melted onto a stoneware form. Depending on the temperature of the lava, they’re able to create three different looks for the stools; trapelco is smooth, mahuanco is dripped, and quitralco is rough.


Chilean design studio gt2P (great things to People), have launched their latest collection, named "Remolten N°1: Revolution Series”, a group of stools that have been created using real lava.

Photography by Aryeh Kornfeld

The series is the design studio’s second collaboration with the gallery Friedman Benda, and the pieces will premiere at Salon: Art + Design from November 10-14, and at Design Miami from November 30-December 4, 2016.


Chilean design studio gt2P (great things to People), have launched their latest collection, named "Remolten N°1: Revolution Series”, a group of stools that have been created using real lava.

Photography by Aryeh Kornfeld

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