On show at Colony, a cooperative space in New York, Tambour is an ongoing project by Poritz & Studio, exploring furnitures that link interiors with the exterior world.
“Definitions of Environment” debuts new Tambour, an ongoing project by the New York City-based design practice Poritz & Studio. The project explores furnitures that link the exterior world inside. Poritz & Studio approaches design as media through which to provoke and display phenomena of the material universe.
Dividing time between a workshop in Brooklyn and the woods of Western Massachusetts, Poritz & Studio’s work inserts itself into the dialogue between inside and outside in the New England domestic tradition. In its current work, the studio interprets the interiors’ role in defining the exterior world, and vice versa.
In a contemporary context, with Poritz & Studio’s careful hand, the interior and exterior reveal themselves as complexly and richly intertwined. This exhibition nails together, and casts into familiar forms, the earth’s processes – the phenomena of the exterior lends its own definition to interior space.