London designer Marcin Rusak has cut this set of resin works into unusual shapes that are intended as “hybrids of domestic furniture”. A modern design collection that looks absolutely lyrical and stunning.
White Perma Modern Design Collection is the latest in a series of works by Polish-born Rusak that encases plants in resin for this modern design. For the new set, Rusak has arranged scrap buds, stems, petals and leaves sourced from florists into a milky white bio-resin – a resin that contains plant-based substances – which draws a stark contrast to the darkness of his resin modern furniture pieces.
“All the raw material is sourced from the excess accumulated by florists; the discarded flowers are given a new life cycle by becoming the very essence of the material.”
Rusak also played with the forms and shapes for the modern art and furniture set. Shapes include rectangles and semi-circles, as well as jagged and uneven surfaces that when assembled create a single abstract item formed by several separate pieces.
“Marcin Rusak’s hand-drawn forms develop into a structural assemblage of planes, which are hybrids of domestic furniture,” said Sarah Myerscough Gallery.
Here’s more of Marcin Rusak’s modern design: