YALI GLASS is proud to debut the ANGEL series, a new body of work designed by Marie-Rose Kahane in Venice, at the Mayfair space of Paterson Zevi, London, from September 17 – 25, 2022, as a part of the London Design Festival.
Volumes (or shapes) and colours are the main protagonists in the world of glass making. The intentional reduction of the ANGEL tables to a clear-cut square shape provides an ample space to explore the world of colour. This modular quadrilateral shape enables various colour planes to be placed next to one another sparking a diverse interplay of colour.
The ANGEL tables are an unlimited series and are produced in two sizes, so as to be assembled in pairs. Similar to the placement and spacing of tones in music, the gathering of these different coloured glass tops enables us to both perceive what happens in the space between colours and truly appreciate the contrasts between warm, cool, light and dark tones.
The title ANGEL tables originates from a play on the word ‘angles’, referring to the perpendicular lines that define these pieces. The flat glass tabletops are made in Murano by melting down and fusing together cotissi (leftover chunks of glass from previous firings). The metal bases are constructed at the legendary Venetian blacksmith Officina Zanon.
17-25 September 2022
PATERSON ZEVI - Flat 1, 41 Davies Street, London, W1K 4LT