At SaloneSatellite 2010 in Milan, we met American designer Peter J Pless, who was exhibiting some prototypes he has designed, and was hoping to attract interest from manufacturers.
Through a shift in scale of a familiar domestic prop, the lamp not only lights a room, it becomes a room. The interior space provides a serene environment that is free of visual distractions while offering a sense of security.
Materials: Painted MDF, Steel, Fabric
The soft waves flowing over the surfaces of the chair recall memories of a serene day at the beach.
Materials: Painted MDF, Stainless Steel
Spun aluminum modules articulate to either an open or closed position to create a space for privacy or pattern.
Materials: Anodized Aluminum
A small computer desk that redefines the boundaries of an office environment allowing for work and play in the comfortable setting of the home.
Materials: Painted Aluminum, Corian
The mirrored interior surfaces of this geometric table reflect a surprisingly colorful interpretation of the surrounding environment.
Materials: Painted Wood, Acrylic
The Stem herb planter is intended to remove the need for excessive packaging of fresh herbs while reducing the need for transportation of a product that can be conveniently within your reach as meals are prepared.
Materials: ABS Plastic, Steel
A wood framed leaning mirror offers hanging storage and a space to display.
Materials: Maple, Stainless Steel, Mirror
A seat for one becomes transformed into a place for meeting.
The designer – Peter J Pless:
Visit the Peter J Pless Design website – here.