Boutique Design - September 2017 - 80
product showroom Surfacing MaterialS
4 AJK DESIGN STUDIO INC.
Annie Kantor, a textile designer
turned metalsmith, drew inspiration
from the tranquil lotus ponds in
the Japanese city of Kamakura to
create Hasu and Mizu (shown). The
offerings are available in a range of
materials-such as bronze, brass
and aluminum-and in a variety
of finishes, including brushed and
polished brass, oil-rubbed bronze
and an array of powdercoats. Shown
in an 11-gauge, powdercoated steel.
boutiquedesign.com september 2017
Moderna recalls the
opulence and modernity
of the 1920s and
'30s. Art deco motifs
are reimagined in a
contemporary style in
the collection, which is
digitally printed on Type
II vinyl using an ecoconscious process.
6 MÓZ DESIGNS
Laser Cut features 12
standard patterns cut
out of solid-core, 0.19-in.
5052 aluminum alloy. The
can be used for a range
of applications, including
wall and ceiling features,
railing infill panels, interior
partitions and exterior
façades. Available in
4-by-8-ft. standard sheets.
This Boston-based designer/
fabricator uses robotic technology
to create its mosaic tilework,
including Flourish (shown).
Based on the abstract aesthetic
of botanical shapes and patterns,
the collection is comprised of
12 customizable designs in more
than 50 color combinations, each
of which is available in three
finishes: standard glossy, metallic
8 FLAVOR PAPER
ShweShwe is New York
designer Ghislaine Viñas'
of a brightly colored geometric
pattern commonly found on
Lesotho fabrics. The wallpaper
showcases a monochromatic,
large-scale design in a choice of
four colorways inspired by South
African wildlife: Kingfisher,
Elephant, Impala and Flamingo.
Available in Terralon or Nolar.