Building On Color
Spring is in the air, soon it will be Summer, and crowds continue to grow emerging from the COVID19 pandemic, proof positive today at the Javits Center here in New York’s Hudson Yards with the ICFF + Wanted Design global furniture trade show that’s super-eager for homeowners looking to remodel/ renovate their humble abode with the finest, and most high-end furniture domestically, and around the world, with Mana Sazegara apart of your vision with your new home project.
A good finishing touch, starting point, or even a total room transformation is inspired by people, place, or thing , Mana Sazegara plays a major role where your home economics fit in your remodel plans, Wanderland by Mana Sagegara are colors flowing into commonly architectural monolithic forms sitting next to each other, or placed on top of each other, a collection of three wall pieces and two seat objects, taking you wherever it wants after you’ve taken the first step.
For the individual who is Mana Sazegara, it all started because she use to be an Architect, who’s found that Architecture lacked a vital aspect, color, Mana’s mission was creating furniture taking after her Architectural career where pieces replicate buildings, but now have room to have a play on various colors made possible by Mana Sazegara herself.
Though it’s not about the building replication entirely, it’s all about Mana transitioning into furniture design where there’s more room for playfulness, especially color where all levels of inspiration and expression are allowed to enter into the space, buildings only have one purpose, to create space for Furniture Designers like Mana Sazegara to take Architecture to a new world of representation through furniture, but color playfulness are now the dominant factor where architecture structures pivot.
Your home is all about you, who you are and where you come from, we’ve all got room to break away from modern norms or family roots, each piece from Mana Sazegara has its own identity, so much so that all 5 Mana Sazegara pieces each have its own name because urbanity and social life is the centric idea behind this collection.
Leo – Not your casual bench. Leo gives you love, makes you laugh, and takes good care of you. A people pleaser who brings people together. A match-maker. Leo greets people usually in the foyer of the house, helps them to relax, do their chores, and if they want, enjoy a conversation.
Jaggy – Jaggy is ready to make friends. You can pair Jaggy with another Jaggy, he is extendable in different directions. Comfortable to sit on; stable and strong. With its modular design it can grow with you and your needs.
Alice – Alice is a family of mirrors that all brings something to the table. They are alive and present in every dimension. Showing people things from their own perspective, in different shapes and colors.
Olive – Olive is of Alice’s family. They both live in multiple dimensions, showing you sides of yourself and your surroundings through colorful mediums that you have not experienced. But just like any other siblings they have similarities and differences. Roundy is more easy going on the flaws and more soothing to the eye, complementing your every blemish.
Charlie – Charlie is a collection of modular mirrors from Alice family. They are two separate pieces that have their own character, however when together, they show another side of their personality, while complementing each other.
Individuals in an urban setting are different in-essence and yet keeping each other’s company, being felixible to one another and share many essential charactristics.