We are happy to introduce – intersections – urban installations where conversation and fun come together.
In such a fast-paced world, it is more important than ever to cherish moments with our friends and family in inviting and beautiful surroundings. We invite you to discover the colorful and functional world of intersections.
are created with a modular system of geometric shapes that can be freely rearranged. Each element slides into the other creating an interwave-like pattern of color and form.
These geometric installations provide versatile functionality for both outdoor and indoor spaces. Those functions naturally intersect with each other, creating a unique interaction between users, spaces and objects. Whether it is a park, public square in a city center or a store, Intersections create unique spaces for visitors.
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modules are available in beech wood, ash wood, or plywood.
Finishing: Intersections are painted with a water-based laquer with a matt finishing. Other types of finishing are available on request.
Colors: All NCS / RAL colors are available. Production lead-time takes about 6 weeks.
Prices: Available on request.
This catalog presents an overview of sculptures that are currently available.
All installations can be produced in two material options: 1) powder coated stainless steel or 2) powder coated galvanized steel. The color scheme can be chosen in collaboration with the client.
Selected works are also available for a short or long term rental.
The studio, skilfully combines art, architecture and design, showing how much these areas intertwine and how important a common point of these activities is man and his reaction to the space in which he resides. They often show unobvious solutions in places requiring artistic intervention, thanks to which they take on a new breath, come to life, provoke interaction and new ways of experiencing.
The studio, led by Izabela Bołoz, In 2011, she established her own studio in the Netherlands. Clients include cultural institutions, local governments and international brands. Her projects are as diverse as her background, ranging from installations in public space, to functional objects and curation of exhibitions. She is currently a lecturer at the Technical University Eindhoven; she taught at the School of Form in Poznan and Design Academy Eindhoven.
Dutch Design Week 2014: The interlocking modules of this street furniture by Polish designer Izabela Bołoz form flexible seating for members of the public to sit, recline or climb on.
On this link you will find more information about the Dutch Design Week 2014 on dezeen.www.dezeen.com
Originally designed for the Gdynia Design Days – the biggest summer design event in Poland – ‘Intersections’ references the Polish city’s Modernist architecture.
On this link you will find more information about the Gdynia Design on Contemporary Lynx.www.contemporarylynx.co.uk
Izabela Boloz, based in Eindhoven, introduced Intersections a few years ago, a series of modular objects with which functional installations can be created in the outdoor space.
On this link you will find more information about the intersection on Architectenwebarchitectenweb.nl