Alessi Stand Floating Earth
  • Alessi Stand Floating Earth
  • Alessi Stand Floating Earth
  • Alessi Stand Floating Earth

Alessi Stand Floating Earth*

€370.00
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Alessi Stand Floating Earth by Ma Yang Song. Stand in 18/10 stainless steel and wood.

  • “Floating Earth”, designed by Ma Yan Song (MAD), is part of the project “(Un)Forbidden City”.
  • Its height and sculpturesque shape suggest that it can be used not only as a cake Stand but also as a tray or table Centrepiece.
Specifications

Made of 18/10 stainless steel and wood.

Size Description

Length 39.5 cm (15.6″)
Width 37.8 cm (14.9″)
Height 22 cm (8.7″)

  • Ma Yan Song

    Beijing born architect Ma Yan Song has been recognized as a important voice of a new generation of architects. His works are widely published and exhibited since the founding MAD in 2004. He studied at Beijing Institute of Civil Engineering and Architecture, holds a master degree in Architecture from Yale University and taught Architecture at the Central Academy of Fine arts in Beijing. Prior to founding MAD, Yansong Ma worked as a project designer with Zaha Hadid Architects in London. Yansong Ma received the American Institute of Architects Scholarship for Advanced Architecture Research in 2001 and won the 2006 Architecture League Young Architects Award. In 2008 he was selected as one of the twenty most influential young architects today by ICON magazine while Fast Company named him one of the ten most creative people in architecture in 2009. In 2010 he became the first architect from China to receive a RIBA fellowship. In her RIBA fellowship jury report RIBA President Ruth Reed declared: “Ma Yansong is a young Chinese architect who has come to architectural maturity at a time when his country is beginning to allow the freedom of expression so vital to the artist and sufficient freedom to the economy to allow his ideas to be realized as buildings. His work expresses the tension between the individual imagination and the needs of society as a whole.”
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