Brix Console by Julie Morringello

Brix Console by Julie Morringello

Maxwell Ryan
Sep 8, 2009

Materials: Reclaimed native Maine cherry
Price Point: $5000

"The Brix console is made out of lumber normally destined for the scrap bin, called shorts. Shorts might be leftover wood from other projects, or boards which are too small to be of interest to buyers. The ones used here were salvaged from a local woodshop and lumber dryer...."

"The design evolved from the constraints of the material, as well as my interest in graphic design. The diamond-shaped holes between the repeating squares play an important role; from a distance they act as a visual motif, and as you come closer they draw you in to the relationship between the inside and the outside of the cabinet. They function as a means of opening the doors, and also create beautiful shadows."

Designer: Julie Morringello
Location: Stonington, ME


Previous Design:
Soft-Maps by Emily Fischer


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About Design Showcase 2009: This summer we're celebrating the best in design for the home. We're taking submissions from independent and student designers from around the world and letting our readers vote on who they think has the best design. There's also a panel of august judges. Two winners will win $20,000 in targeted advertising placements on our sites to help launch their career. All info is here.

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