Crosby Studios founder Harry Nuriev presents a metallic furniture composition inspired by the aesthetic of a corrugated steel-clad elevator.
Situated within a glimmering interior reminiscent of a corrugated steel-clad elevator is a series of metallic, parametric furniture pieces. It’s a typical outing for founder Harry Nuriev, whose interiors often blend material, virtual, and augmented realities and evoke transitory space.
Nuriev utilizes the elevator as a symbol of crossing through different sectors of reality, which makes real or imagined omnidirectional connections along its passage through floors. “It’s a place where you get to be a kid again and press all the buttons, the destination unknown,” said Nuriev in a release.
The space is fitted with silver modular furniture comprising a sofa, an armchair, and an ottoman.