New Designs by Think Fabricate for 2013

New Designs by Think Fabricate for 2013

Spring is a busy time on the New York design scene with back to back shows, including BKLYN Designs and ICFF,  running throughout May. Brooklyn-based design studio Think Fabricate took advantage of both shows, where they exhibited new furniture and accessories.

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Think Fabricate’s new designs for 2013 are a collection of well-designed solutions for creating better living and working spaces.

The studio introduces its first sofa-sleeper. Called The Sleepover Sofa,  the contemporary lines, blend of patterns, and versatile scale make this introduction a playful yet sophisticated new example of the firm’s multifunctional design philosophy.

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Another collection that premiered in May was Collage; a new product line that takes its name from the experimental mix of materials and genres used to create three series of eclectic tables, each grouped as a trifecta, that range in function from a caf© two-seater to occasional tables and a coffee table.

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The innovative Your Reflective Cadence mirror also made its premiere this spring. The dynamic composition plays on the idea of musicality in design, composed of six slim mirror panels that are conceived as a group that visualize ‘legato’ and ‘staccato’ notes through the up-and-down arrangement of the panels as well as their subtly varying depths.

Other new launches include an expansion of the studio’s line of Beyond the Bridge plates and refreshed versions of the modular Shift Corner storage solution, the Brooklyn TV Quilt XL and a new chair for the Stepping Stones collection.

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About the designers: Think Fabricate is a multidisciplinary design studio based in Brooklyn, New York. Co-founded by Susan Doban and Jason Gorsline, Think Fabricate is dedicated to the exploration of function, detail, and character in their design solutions, which range from furniture and product development to residential interiors, branded environments, and public art installations. Their design process is driven by the idea of collaboration-with other designers and clients alike-resulting in compositions full of color, interesting material palettes, meaningful visual motifs, and modern forms. 

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