Back in 2016, this Armenian-American artist garnered critical attention for his creations that are halfway between pure furniture and artwork. His goal? To reinterpret “solid rectilinear forms with a curvilinear, flowing shape. (…)
I use the width of my thigh as a base for the cylinders to humanize the abstract nature of the work. I make the objects by hand using a variety of materials, from knitted fabrics to reused and salvaged industrial tubes.” 2021 was a big year for this former sociology student, as he was honored by the American Design Hotlist, by Interior Design magazine. Finally, the Cranbrook Art Museum also entered his 7M chair. The fault of his amazing creations that have as a common point this hypnotizing cylindrical shape.