Groupa - Piece Per Week

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“Piece Per Week” project was created in order to make time for independent work in the busy schedule of freelance works.

The project had a strict schedule- each week a new object, and public
commitment- at Groupa’s Facebook page.

The 10 weeks project swept the studio into a hectic time of quick thoughts, looking through drawers, sketching, experimenting, materials, shapes, planning, problem solving, execution, Photographing , pricing and finally – the finished objects were published on the Facebook page.
 
 

*All the products are manufactured in small series and are for sale

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Groupa - Piece Per Week

  1. 1. “Piece Per Week” project was created in order to make time for <br />independent work in the busy schedule of freelance works.<br />The project had a strict schedule- each week a new object, and public <br />commitment- at Groupa’s Facebook page.<br />The 10 weeks project swept the studio into a hectic time of quick thoughts, looking through drawers, sketching, experimenting, materials, shapes, planning, problem solving, execution, Photographing , pricing and finally – the finished objects were published on the Facebook page. <br /> <br /> <br />*All the products are manufactured in small series and are for sale<br />
  2. 2. PO Box 1-6<br />Old Kibbutz mailboxes turn into a homely chest of drawers, creating a new piece of furniture that travels<br />along that fine line between the private and the public. The mailboxes themselves is what turns the<br />chest to an exclusive piece, numbered by the box numbers and so only a limited series is available.<br />
  3. 3. PO Box 216-221 and PO Box 222-237<br />Old Kibbutz mailboxes turn into a homely chest of drawers, creating a new piece of furniture that travels<br />along that fine line between the private and the public. The mailboxes themselves is what turns the<br />chest to an exclusive piece, numbered by the box numbers and so only a limited series is available.<br />
  4. 4. Like Lack<br />The appearance of one of IKEA’s most iconic products, the "Lack" table, seen from a new angle due to<br />a simple manipulation. The filling material IKEA uses – a carton hive , is now exposed, transferred to the<br />top of the table and reinforced by glass placed on it.<br />
  5. 5. Like Lack<br />The appearance of one of IKEA’s most iconic products, the "Lack" table, seen from a new angle due to<br />a simple manipulation. The filling material IKEA uses – a carton hive , is now exposed, transferred to the<br />top of the table and reinforced by glass placed on it.<br />
  6. 6. Rapunzel<br />A new interpretation of the classic lampshade. alikened to princess Rapunzel from the fairytales,<br />the lampshade is adorned with long dangling franzes.<br />
  7. 7. Rapunzel<br />A new interpretation of the classic lampshade. alikened to princess Rapunzel from the fairytales,<br />the lampshade is adorned with long dangling franzes.<br />
  8. 8. Piece Of Cake <br />A decorative layer cake, made out of different types of wood and epoxy topping<br />
  9. 9. Piece Of Cake <br />A decorative layer cake, made out of different types of wood and epoxy topping<br />
  10. 10. Book Lamp<br />An iconic and minimalist hanging lamp for a book, functioned also a bookmark<br />
  11. 11. Book Lamp<br />An iconic and minimalist hanging lamp for a book, functioned also a bookmark<br />
  12. 12. Hugs & Kisses<br />A pair of chests embracing drawers giving a feeling of warm and close hug<br />
  13. 13. Hugs & Kisses<br />A pair of chests embracing drawers giving a feeling of warm and close hug<br />
  14. 14. Hold On<br />A bench and chair made out of frames and pallets, geometrically locked into each other<br />
  15. 15. Hold On<br />A bench and chair made out of frames and pallets, geometrically locked into each other<br />
  16. 16. Goldilocks<br />The traditional wooden embroidery hoop turns the uncompleted embroidery into an inseparable<br />part of the stool<br />
  17. 17. Goldilocks<br />The traditional wooden embroidery hoop turns the uncompleted embroidery into an inseparable<br />part of the stool<br />
  18. 18. Oliver<br />Four abandoned chairs now have a warm roof over their heads.<br />
  19. 19. Oliver<br />Four abandoned chairs now have a warm roof over their heads.<br />
  20. 20. Camel Light<br />Bookstand<br />
  21. 21. Camel Light<br />Bookstand<br />
  22. 22. www.groupastudio.com<br />All photos taken byYoavGurin<br />

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