This trio has ambitions to overshadow the chrome, nickel and stainless steel.
For several years I have been following the increasingly bold attempts to use brass or copper in the construction of chairs, details and lampshades. It is interesting that the manufacturer are quite careful in introducing products with these elements into production. As an excuse, they state high production costs, etc. Therefore, if I still see a new and beautiful piece of furniture at the fair, manufactured using the ‘holy trinity’, I consider it an event. And – like moth – flying in this direction blindly. The golden glow attracts attention like ‘Dexter’. In a larger dose, it could be as boring as ‘The Bold And The Beautiful’. Szymon Tarnowski