Canberra, Australia primarily based Elliot Bastianon continues exploring the use of EchoPanel®, an acoustic sheet material, in his furniture designs through folding, bending, creasing, pressing, and pleating it for alternate utilizes. By experimenting and not pre-organizing, Bastianon is able to come up with unconventional styles with uncommon details, like the latest pieces that have grow to be the Unexpected Collection.
Orientation is a coffee table that merges two folded sheets of EchoPanel®, which are shaped into huge ‘V’ legs, that help and oak wood leading. Custom wood fasteners have been produced to join the two materials.
The Six Fold bench requires 6 sheets of EchoPanel® and folds them in the same manner as the Orientation table to turn them into the bench’s structure. A wooden top stays place with the aid of a frame built on the underside.
Tilted utilizes a single acoustic sheet that is folded and pressed together 3 occasions to type sections that make up the wall-leaning shelf. Wooden shelves, held by oak dowels, rest among cut sections in the folds in order to hold books and decor.
The Armadillo Light is a lighting method that requires an acoustic panel and folds, presses, and fastens it down to give the wall-mounted lights their shape. The repeated folding pattern designed becomes sculptural.
Photo by Charlie White.