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PROJECTS

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PLYWOOD TABLE · NYC

Nathalie Pozzi


This elemental table is designed for flexible use in everyday life. A slim shelf allows quick storage of laptops and books and an unobtrusive transition from work to dining. The design combines contemporary aesthetics and subtlety of detail, while honoring the quiet strength of simple forms. 

The table is slender and grand at the same time. It accommodates eight to ten people and the 4’ depth comfortably allows a formal dining setting. It is constructed of formaldehyde-free plywood, 1 1/4” thick. The 10’ length is monumental - yet well-proportioned to the scale of the space around it.

A hidden gap at the end of the shelf prevents objects from being forgotten in the depths, and offers - to a child hiding under the table - an unexpected space where things can be hidden and secret worlds imagined.

 

Furniture Design

A collaboration with
Ian Cheng

Fabrication
Takeshi Miyakawa

Material
Formaldehyde-free plywood

Status
completed

Location
New York City · USA

Year
2019

 
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PureBond® Hardwood Plywood

LEED® & CARB compliant.
Winner, EPA’s Greener Synthetic Pathways Challenge

PureBond® is Columbia Forest Products’ formaldehyde-free innovation for hardwood plywood manufacturing.

Replacing traditional urea formaldehyde (UF) hardwood plywood construction with soy-based PureBond enables Columbia to eliminate any added formaldehyde from standard veneer-core and pMDI composite hardwood plywood core panels.

Excerpt from Columbia Forest Products

 
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MONOCHROME · PLAYTEST CARPET

Nathalie Pozzi


Monochrome Playtest Carpet is constructed out of large felt wool balls, with a diameter that ranges from 2 cm to 3 cm (3/4″ to 1″). The playful irregularity of the balls and the outline shape give the carpet the random terrain of a map. The soft, bumpy contour creates a pleasurable surface for standing, sitting or lying.

Monochrome Playtest Carpet comes in groups or 2 or 3 standard pieces. The modular units are designed to be assembled into multiple compositions. Like a spreading amoeba, the carpets form a wide variety of layouts.

Monochrome Playtest Carpet comes with the GoodWeave seal of approval. GoodWeave is an international initiative against child labor in the carpet manufacturing industry.

GoodWeave fulfills its mission by advocating for certified child-labor-free rugs, monitoring supply chains, rescuing and educating child laborers, and providing critical services for weaving families. Each of our GoodWeave-certified carpets are provided with a seal and a serial number.

To learn more visit GoodWeave.org

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Carpet design

Sizes
Medium · Long
Custom sizes available

Colors
Grey · Teal · Yellow Ochre
Custom color available

Material
Handmade woolen felt balls

Manufactured in
Nepal

Year
2015

 
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LIBRARY · NYU GAME CENTER / MAGNET

Nathalie Pozzi


The Game Center is the Department of Game Design at the Tisch School of the Arts / New York University.  The NYU Game Center is dedicated to the exploration of games as a cultural form and game design as creative practice.

 

The Library provides access to digital games within a context of critical analysis and discussion. With a catalog of nearly 3,000 game titles, the library is a community center, hosting student clubs, curated exhibitions, and tournaments.

 

The furniture system is designed to adjust to the many activities of the Open Library. The elements include  a desk, custom shelves for board games, cartridges and books, movable shelves for technical equipment and consoles, and boardgames tables.

 

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Furniture and space identity design

Client
NYU Game Center · Open Library

Tisch School of the Arts

Location
Magnet Center, Brooklyn, New York

Year
2015

In collaboration with:
Takeshi Miyakawa Design

 
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GREY · PLAYTEST CARPET · COPENHAGEN

Nathalie Pozzi


The carpet was crafted by hand in Nepal and the soft, bumpy contour creates a pleasurable surface for standing, sitting or lying. The irregularity of the balls and the outline shape are reminiscent of a lichen and its unpredictable filaments.

 

Carpet design

Size
150cm by 150cm

Material
3000 handmade woolen felt balls

Manufactured by a fair trade company in
Nepal

Year
2013

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GREY · PLAYTEST CARPET

Nathalie Pozzi


Playtest Carpet is constructed out of large felt wool balls, with a diameter that ranges from 2 cm to 3 cm (3/4″ to 1″). The playful irregularity of the balls and the outline shape give the carpet the random terrain of a map. The soft, bumpy contour creates a pleasurable surface for standing, sitting or lying.

Playtest Carpet comes in three standard sized (small, medium and long runner). The modular units are designed to be assembled into multiple compositions. Like a spreading amoeba, the carpets form a wide variety of layouts.


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Carpet design

Sizes
small · medium · long runner

Colors
Grey · Teal · Yellow Ochre

Material
handmade woolen felt balls

Manufactured in
Nepal

Year
2013

 

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OPEN LIBRARY · NYU GAME CENTER / TISCH

Nathalie Pozzi


The Game Center is an interdisciplinary program at New York University that explores the design and development of games as a creative practice.

The Open Library provides access to digital games within a context of critical analysis and discussion. With a catalogue of nearly 3,000 game titles, the library is a community center, hosting student clubs, curated exhibitions, and tournaments.

The modular furniture system is designed to adjust to the many activities of the Open Library. The elements include a 10' long desk, movable shelves, and rolling stools that use magnets to form a larger board game table.

 

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Furniture and space identity design

Client:
NYU Game Center · Open Library

Location:
Tisch School of the Arts, New York City

Year:
2012

In collaboration with:
Takeshi Miyakawa Design

 
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PLAYTEST CARPET

Nathalie Pozzi


Originally made for a game designer, playtest carpet was inspired by game pieces scattered on a table.

The carpet was crafted by hand in Nepal and the soft, bumpy contour creates a pleasurable surface for standing, sitting or lying. The playful irregularity of the balls, the color pattern, and the outline shape are reminiscent of an undulating amoeba or the unpredictable borders of a country.

The carpet is constructed out of 6000 large and colorful (3 cm diameter) woolen felt balls.


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Carpet design

Size
300cm by 250cm

Material
6000 handmade woolen felt balls

Manufactured in
Nepal

Year
2011

 
 
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