Slash Objects is an investigation of material and form by Brooklyn design firm Slash Projects. It is an honoree of the American Design Hot List selected by Sight Unseen, sponsored by Herman Miller.

Slash Objects launched in 2016 with an inaugural line of objects unified by the use of appropriated materials to create beautiful juxtapositions. Simple and geometric forms define the bounds wherein new connections are made. 


The Slash Objects line integrates the use of an industrial material made of 100% post consumer recycled rubber. By pairing rubber with brass, marble and concrete, the collection imagines new ways for materials to come together. 

Founded in 2013, Slash Projects is a multidisciplinary firm bridging physical and virtual spaces. Working from architecture and product design to digital, web, and app, the firm explores design as an experience through varied mediums.


Slash Objects was invited to design a custom piece with Norway based designer Thomas Jenkins, for a special exhibition during design week called Norway x New York. The light has a cast concrete base with pivoting brass disc, and received acclaim from T Magazine of the New York Times, and Dezeen among others. 


Arielle Assouline-Lichten

Principal, Slash Projects

Slash Projects is founded by architect and designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten. Arielle holds a Master of Architecture from Harvard University.  She has worked for internationally renowned design firms BIG, Kengo Kuma, and Snøhetta, from Copenhagen to Paris, Tokyo and New York. She studied architecture under Toyo Ito in Japan while at Harvard.

In 2014, Arielle was appointed as Principal of OfficeUS at the Venice Biennale where she was part of the curatorial team for the US Pavilion. She has been published in Metropolis Magazine, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Architectural Record among others, for her design work and activism. She started the petition for retroactive recognition of Denise Scott Brown by the Pritzker Prize in 2013, and has been invited to speak at Harvard, The Guggenheim Museum, and the AIA. Arielle specializes in the intersection of digital and physical space and is passionate about new ways of practice in architecture and design.