The Colchone Group of stools by John McMahon (M.F.A., furniture design, 2012), was born by mixing wood, metal and the idea of altering the senses.
Last week, students and alumni from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) furniture design department presented their latest designs at the Salone Satellite during the 2013 Milan Furniture Fair. SCAD was the only US university invited to participate in this year’s event, and students brought with them eight beautiful handmade crafts, each with their own modern twist. Also on show were a number of renderings featuring additional student works currently in progress. From crocheted stools to energy efficient lamps, click through our photo gallery to see a few highlights from the show!
By Master of Fine Arts student Kalin Asenov, the Accretion table lights draw from the cosmos, featuring individual LED lights corresponding to stars of the zodiacal constellations.
Crochet Stool (left) by B.F.A. student Jerri Hobdy is a petite piece featuring a small beige cushion set atop a pedestal of four short wooden legs. The Colchone Group stool (right) by John McMahon (M.F.A., furniture design, 2012), was born by mixing wood, metal and the idea of altering the senses.
Teardrop, a curvaceous, ultramodern lamp designed by Bachelor of Fine Arts student Christian Dunbar.