Looping trivet

Manhattan-based studio Visibility designed a special trivet for OTHR, made of black 3D printed porcelain and inspired by the looping shapes of the freeway systems.

Visibility studio, VSBY Trivet for OTHR, 2017
Joseph Guerra – a LA native – and Sina Sohrab who is born in Iran and raised in Detroit, designed a set of sculptural nesting trivets inspired by the looping shapes of freeway systems and the infrastructure of transportation.

 

The VSBY Trivet is an imaginative take on the classic cast-iron model, crafted in black  3D printed porcelain in a numbered edition. The relationship between the feet and tracks is inherently architectural; they act as piers supporting the deck of a bridge. The trivets can be used alone for small and medium items, or together for larger items.

Visibility studio, VSBY Trivet for OTHR, 2017
Visibility studio, VSBY Trivet for OTHR, 2017

VSBY Trivet

Design: Joseph Guerra, Sina Sohrab – Visibility
Production: OTHR
Year: 2017

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