Polish designer Marcin Rusak's “White Perma” collection imprisons plants in hybrid resin forms. A poetic language from which is born unique and atypical furniture.

Latest series from designer Marcin Rusak, “White Perma” incorporates buds, stems, petals and other leaves from florists' waste in a white bio-resin, itself containing plant elements. An exploration of the imperfections of the world and a work of detail which contribute to create an original collection including a semicircular bench decorated with a side table, a set type "office" and a shelf. Three pieces that were unveiled during the last edition of Design Miami which took place from December 8 to 9.

A dreamlike use of reuse which is also available in black within the “Black Perma” collection. The sinuous contours of this floral architecture play down the monolithic aspect of the resin, and recall the prehistoric fossils that have helped to freeze history and pass it on, generation after generation.

A project as imaginative as romantic.

To learn more, visit the site of Marcin Rusak

Photographs: James Harris

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