An Iridescent-Colored Furniture Design Collection by Studio Buzao
Emerging Chinese design Studio Buzaohas launched a new laminated dichroic glass collection Halo. The first batch of the release includes a range of display furniture, floor lights, and a wall hanger. To mark its initial launch, Studio Buzao created a pop-up gallery in Shenzhen Art Center in a joint effort with BADMARKET store. Stylish merchandise from the store was displayed across the compact space, with Halo display furniture acting as sculptural art pieces.
With the Halo modern design collection, designers Peng Zeng and Ma Jieying from Studio Buzao attempted to carry out multiple treatments and a combination of colored glass, exploring various optical trickery that expressed the multi-dimensional performance of light.
Thiscontemporary design approach lies at the core of Buzao philosophy, which is all about having an emphasis on experimentation with unexpected materials and processes, often with unexpected results. With each new discovery, Studio Buzao creates its ever-evolving body of luxury furniture work.
Themodern cabinet collection by Studio Buzao takes its conceptual inspiration from the optical phenomenon it’s named after. Halo plays with the frequency of light. Much like the illusory sun, it flickers and extends beyond its physical borders. Similarly, Halo collection’s color arc gradually diffuses from the edge, blurring out in the haze of the homogeneous mass.