Brodie Neill is a young dynamic designer capturing the attention of the international design scene with his new and exciting use of form. Only recently having graduated the 28-year-old Australian has quickly built up an impressive collection of international exhibitions and prestigious clientele. Already, Brodie's progressive approach has resulted in the much-celebrated design E-turn (Kundalini) and the @ Chair; a design recently included in Time Magazine's most influential designs for 2008.
- REMIX - Laser cut, polished, clear lacquered selection of wood and acrylic
- 200 x 75 x 43 cm - Edition of 10 + 2 AP
Remix is a low chaise longue with organic shape carved from a mixture of reclaimed and sourced materials. The multicoloured pin stripe pattern includes various plastics as well as a range of plywoods, chipboards and fibreboards. The random mix is 5 axis CNC shaped from the one laminated block, insuring a single smooth organic surface with bold contour lines.
- Pop Table - Lacquered carbon fibre
- 220 x 90 x 75 cm - Edition of 20 + 2 AP
Pop is a dynamic table consisting of one seamless ribbon stretching fromeither end to form a configuration of a table with an almost fuse like friction. From the three points of contact the line skims around an orbit to create both form and structure. Conceived digitally and realized through CNC fabrication the Pop table is coated in carbon fibre and finished in a striking electic blue.
- REVERB - Nickel plated aluminium Hand formed and mirror polished
- 100 x 90 x 85 cm - Edition of 20 + 2 AP
- The bold, emerging geometry of the Reverb Chair is the striking new edition of the ever-expressive furniture forms by Brodie Neill. Hand-formed and mirror-polished from sheet aluminium, the single inverted skin evolves to provide function, yet is poised in a sculpturally dynamic pose. The highly reflective surface amplifies the tapering typology through a transition from curvaceous seat into the elliptical vortex of the back stabilizer. Inspired by the reverberation of sound, the Reverb Chair’s membrane flows outward before returning back into itself. Born from the pursuit to push materials to their limits, the fluting form is both seamless in structure as it is in surface.