Thursday, October 29, 2009


Marlon Darbeau's "Verb," made from teak and plywood, is an interesting piece of multi-functional furniture:
As an exploration of movement through space and time, 'Verb' allows its user to manipulate the shape of the object like a set or a prop - to choreograph space and in so doing change the way light inhabits and illuminates space.

As the 'verb' transitions in form it transforms in functionality - from stable, balanced objects like a table, a lamp, chair, sculpture Or bookcase, to dynamic locomotive forms that perambulate, rock or spin.

Darbeau is a graphic designer based in Trinidad and Tobago. See more of his stuff here.

All pics & info courtesy of

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