Oak And Copper Modern Sideboard By Joint Perspectives
Joint Perspectives, a young design studio based in London formed by María Meller and Mirja Sick, recently completed a modern sideboard inspired by discarded pieces of materials the encountered around the shop.
Joint Perspectives was formed by María Meller and Mirja Sick, in early 2010, out of the urge to combine María and Mirja’s different interests, skills and approaches towards design into a studio that could work on a wide variety of projects, ranging from product design to interiors and architectural design, to photography and graphics.
Using copper and oak, the irregularity of the pieces, which were laid side by side to create the design, has an intense visual impact. The pieces of copper and oak are in different stages of their lives – from old weathered oak is matched up with sheets of copper left outside for a month.
Each piece of oak was cut individually, so they don’t line up, creating a sculptural effect and hiding the storage inside.