NY Design Week: Wasted by PIE Studio
PSFK stopped by the Bridge Gallery in the Lower East Side last night to check out the ‘Wasted’ installation created by PIE Studio. The Florida based PIE Studio team constructed a number of sculptural elements in the gallery made from common objects like milk containers, dry cleaner hangers, and keys. PIE Studio is also showing a range of their hand-crafted furniture pieces that use natural materials. The installation suggests that interesting things can still be done with common disposable objects. The rear of the gallery is dominated by a huge curving light fixture built out of plastic water bottles and gallon milk containers.
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