Gaining a degree in narrative environment from Central St Martins, along with an architecture degree from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest, illustrator, architect and designer Anna Horvath clearly has the grounding for great architectural design. Having worked in print with her illustration, he latest change of tack deviates from the page to the physical.
Entitled Collezione L!Puff, her stylized collection of crafted furniture combines her skills in illustration, architecture and design. Introduced at Paris Design Week, the collection of minimalist, post-modern furniture is crafted from a combination of metal, textile and terrazzo (a composite material of marble, glass and granite), a parade of geometric beauty. Here, Horvath’s 2D work is transformed into bold three-dimensional forms, popping from the muted tones of the quarry sand.
Images via annajamesdesign.com