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Slash Objects has been featured in ELLE, Architectural Digest, Harper's Bazar, Sight Unseen, Milk Decoration and more.

 
 
 

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Slash Objects unites contrasting materials for new homeware range 

Brooklyn brand Slash Objects has launched a line of home accessories that combines materials such as brassmarble and rubber in crisp geometric forms.

Titled Coexist, the series includes everyday items such as side tables, mirrors, and a large coffee table. Every piece is an exploration of how starkly different materials can combine to form a singular composition.

DEZEEN

 

NORWAY x NYC

Light is reflected off a pivoting brass disc in this unconventional lamp by Oslo-based industrial designer Thomas Jenkins and Brooklyn-based Slash Objects.

The duo chose a simple pair of subdued materials, pairing the metal elements cut by a Brooklyn metalsmith with a concrete cylinder base cast in Slash Object's studio.

DEZEEN

 

THE BEST IDEAS AT NYC's DEISGN MONTH ARE GARBAGE

At Sight Unseen Offsite, the Brooklyn-based studio Slash Projects showed a series of tables and coasters made from 100% postconsumer recycled rubber, cast together with concrete and brass. 

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ELLE DECORATION

 

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Architectural Digest

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Milk Decoration

 
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AMAZING THINGS WITH RUBBER

Sight Unseen