Blog/Material Needs: Jesmonite

Nim coffee table in Jesmonite with Copper finish from Pinch Design Studio

Nim scultpural table in copper, £7,950, PINCH

 

Acrylic-modified gypsum composite Jesmonite has inspired designers around the world for over 30 years with its unique versatility. We share our favourite designs.

(Above) London design studio PINCH unveiled a new version of their remarkable Nim table during Maison et Objet earlier this year. Floating on a raised foot with a recessed top, the sculptural coffee table has now been given a show-stopping patinated metal finish. Nim Copper is available as an edition of just 50 numbered pieces.

(Below) Designer Ariane Prin launched the RUST homeware collection during the 2015 London Design Festival. Each item is made by hand using one-off moulds.

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Jesmonite design trend 3 of the best accessories

Left to right: Slanted marble pot by OrePots, £25, Etsy; Rust vessels, price upon request, Ariane Prin; Tealight holder, £15, YenChen YaWen

 

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