Perforation has been a major pattern in design throughout the years...so who doesn't like to punch holes in things? anyway, we've loved the way designers have played with perforation over the years in different applications with different materials. Perforated metal is so french industrial, perforated fabrics and suedes are punky, and different materials like perforated corian are playful and innovative. Check some of our favs below...
an awesome awesome awesome perforated corian desk by Martin Szekely, room design by Muriel Brandolini
a great mid-century piece of furniture (at a great price obvi) from CB2, the Grid Media Console
Form meets function in the Circuit Wastebasket from Container Store
Tom Dixon, the Etch Pendant, in my fav new color of course..solid GOLD. (well brass actually). I have a similar lamp in my very small bedroom hallway, and in the evening when the lights is on it casts the most amazing patterns on the walls.
The Shadows Lamp by India Mahdavi, very fitting name if you ask me
ahmaazing hand crafted indoor/outdoor Penutti Light via Property Furniture downtown
totally cool perforated metal dresser from Strawser + Smith in the good old BK
a funky perforated cape
more India Mahdavi..perforated cuffs + rings
Wearstler's perforated clutch..duh
French 1950s perforated metal ice bucket...don't know how effective it will be with melting ice, but whatever!
and finally, 50s vintage Mathieu Mategot perforated magazine stand. so iconic