The immensely prolific New York based designer Karim Rashid specialises in concepts of fluidity and movement – the celebration of flux coming together neatly in this work entitled ‘Kopperscape’ for Edmonton International Airport in Alberta, Canada. The five elements of chairs, sofa, chaise, side-table and bench have all been crafted out of fibreglass and painted a rich copper, calling to mind the Canadian copper penny.
Also evoking images of Canada’s rolling, mountainous landscape, the work in the airport is a natural extention of Rashid’s work exploring movement, transition and depth.
For more on Karim Rashid simply visit his website.
Robert Monk June 1st, 2012
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