Melbourne-based lighting manufacturer Volker Haug Studio explored different brass variations in a new light series entitled ‘und Messing’ (meaning ‘and Brass’ in German). Two years in the making, each uniquely-shaped piece shows the hand of its maker, speaking to the meticulous processes behind the finished forms.
Sydney-based product designer Tom Fereday’s ‘Port Light’ exhibition celebrated the refractive properties of cast crystal glass in the form of an experimental table and wall light collection. Handmade in Australia, each glowing sculptural form can be reversed simply by flipping its glass body, presenting an evolving spectrum of mood and light.
Stay tuned for more Milan 2022 highlights in est Magazine issue #45, released July 1.