Slash Objects – a furniture and object collection featuring industrial rubber


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Brooklyn-based designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten has opened her small, multidisciplinary studio called Slash Projects in 2013, where she is working from architecture and product design to digital, web, and app and explores design as an experience through varied mediums. But this spring she also launched an offshoot called Slash Objects — an outstanding furniture and object collection centered on the use of an industrial material made of 100% recycled rubber. The Slash Objects range pairs industrial rubber with brass, marble and concrete and includes a marble tray, cylindrical side tables, coasters with brass edging, hexagonal polished brass side tables, rubber placemats, rubber planters, a table mirror, a decorative tassel, a nesting tray and a pair of brass and rubber candlesticks. If you’d like to know more about Assouline-Lichten, you should read her interview with Sight Unseen.