Mousarris Morphs a Miniature Cityscape Into Furniture


Product: Wave City

Standout: Fantasy architecture morphs into furniture.

Management consultant Jasmine Jaco and multidisciplinary designer Greg O’Neal founded with a mission to, yes, curate and distribute technology-forward products from around the globe—whether that intelligence is manifested in the process, in the end product, or, in this case, in both. Wave City is the work of Stelios Mousarris, a model builder before launching his own studio, Mousarris. His painted plastic cityscape, meticulously shaped with the help of 3-D printing, hugs sheet steel that wraps upward to become a cocktail table. 

Wave City.
Wavy City.

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