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October 2018

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October 2018

From oversized volumes and rounded forms to fluid metal mesh and prismatic surfaces, AZURE’s October issue examines the concepts, materials and processes promising to redefine our spaces over the coming 12 months and beyond.

Architects and designers often recycle offcuts from stone, tile or timber into new works. Now, Melbourne’s Josh Carmody has introduced a simple tool that makes it easy for fellow creatives to repurpose material otherwise destined for landfill, specifically surfacing samples. The Remnants Clamp – a circular piece of hardware equipped with key-headed thumbscrews and a slim white-oak or walnut leg – can grip any slab up to 30 millimetres thick, turning it into an elegant piece of furniture.

It’s available in two lengths – 50 or 75 centimetres – that form coffee- or console-height tables, respectively. The metal component comes in brass or aluminum. A two-sided model joins two slabs, of the same or varying thicknesses, to create a single surface.

This story was taken from the October 2018 issue of Azure. Buy a copy of the issue here, or subscribe here.

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