Puzzling and dazzling, 101,86 ̊ offers a new way to experience light. Treated with contemporary methods, the material possesses crystalline qualities that one normally only finds in nature. The result is a product of wonder with multi-layered colors and a dynamic effect on light.
Almost like an up-scaled laboratory petri dish, the time object shows the research into the natural phenomenon from mineral to minimal.
Jansen + Vailly
The collaborations between Laura Lynn Jansen and Thomas Vailly are based on their complementary approaches and views on product and interior design. Whether they are growing stone objects (CaCO3 stoneware) or investigating the colorful nature of light (101.86°), the signature of their collaboration is a great attention paid to natural phenomena.
“We want to quantify the passing of time during the day through color.”
Photo by Studio Thomas Vailly