printed sculptures to phone apps and augmented reality. His
latest project involved livestreaming the Earth as it appeared
in space – captured from NASA and displayed outside on a
Manhattan street via a 20-foot LED screen.
Growing up in Santiago, Chile, and then London, Errazuriz knew at an early age that he wanted to be an artist.
“I grew up in a very rigid environment in regards to art
education. My father is a great scholar and wrote books on
art, therefore, as a child, artists were my heroes. I did not
want to become a fireman or Spiderman but an artist!”
Errazuriz learned woodworking from his grandfather, who
would often carve crucifixes.
“Wood isn’t ideal for technicality, as it’s sometimes limited
and suffers from swelling. But it has a special value because of
our ancestors and its obvious connection with nature.”
The Explosion Cabinet challenges the paradigm of cabinet conception - beginning as a tiny credenza and transforming into something totally
BREAKING THE BOX
The Piano Shelf is all about flexibility - allowing users to raise and
lower any individual section at will. Continued...
The Wave cabinet, made of lacquered birch and steel, features slat pulls like a paper fan.