At the New York Design Week 2016, Brooklyn-based designer Fernando Mastrangelo has unveiled his DRIFT collection. Comprised of several sculptural pieces, DRIFT draw its inspiration from the natural landscape such as the Grand Canyon, where layers of earth helped form the basis of Mastrangelo’s sand-cast works, and Patagonia, where DRIFT borrows its glacial-inspired color palette.
The collection of sculptural pieces made from stone and cement— which began with a bench previously featured on urdesign here — is produced in extremely limited quantities and includes a sofa, coffee table, mirror, bench and sand paintings
The DRIFT collection can be seen until May 8 at Collective Design in New York.
all images courtesy of Fernando Mastrangelo