The August issue of Wallpaper* is out, featuring the Hearth Tools set we made for their Wallpaper* Handmade show at the Salone de Mobile and the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. Described as an "annual salute to craft and creativity" the exhibition is a showcase of commissioned pieces from top designers, artists and manufacturers - we were thrilled to have been included! From the magazine:
When we decided our fireplace needed a contemporary update, we turned to Borough Furnace, a metal casting workshop in Syracuse, New York. Its angular andirons weigh in at a hefty 30lb, ensuring their solid iron forms radiate heat long after a fire has stopped burning, while the poker and shovel are simple shapes made from cast silicon bronze. To create the brush, made from hand-tied broomcorn, Borough Furnace worked with Matt Rogers of Everyday Eclectic.
You can take on online tour of the show in Milan as well as see details on the other pieces included here.
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