In blurring the lines between art and object, how many legs does a table require? And if weight and tension can be used to generate support, what shape and form might those legs take on?
Maximizing minimalism by turning basic elements into something beautiful, intense and extreme.
"Lounge Decor" chaise lounge and "Octagon Lamp" are original artistic designs by Max Eternity. Conceptually, the idea for these works is an elegant repose for the human form held solid and with ease - a bold and enduring sophistication for the modern age.
There’s no shortage of unique and interesting homes in San Francisco, but at least one street in the city has more than its fair share, and it’s called Laidley Street. Built by Ross Levy Architects, the Abelson Gunthrie House truly represents modernist residential design on a grand scale. (Editor's Note: This article was originally written and published for MaxEternity.com in December 2013)
The "Blackjack" chair is a tubular steel chair design that I conceived a couple years ago. In my view, this design pushes the limits and potentiality of cantilevered tubular steel furniture, including engineering and manufacturing challenges.