This is a team of creatives that you wouldn’t mind letting loose in your apartment. The streamlined aesthetics and perfection in still life and arrangement runs through all aspects of Aparenment’s expertise.
The collective specialises in graphic design, interiors and photography; using each category to break barriers in the design world. Their furniture designs are clever and humorous: a statue of liberty incense holder entitled “smell of liberty” and a pastel pink “pig mirror” in the shape of a pig’s silhouette. You can imagine stumbling across these curios in a New York loft apartment, at once functional and tongue in cheek.
These are not merely gifts and trinkets, but a deeper way of manifesting creativity within traditional household objects. This is the apartment of the photographer, the graphic designer, the sort of space that encourages creativity and freedom of expression. A candle is not simply a candle, but a crucial part of a space: made to be played with and tweaked.
Aparentment explores the interrelation of objects and space, the relation of humour and design.
Words / Ruby Giles