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Patternity and Cosentino Make Waves With Their Ocean-Inspired Liquid Collaboration

February 12, 2020
By Mark McMenamin

Pattern-design agency Patternity marked its 10th anniversary last year while forging a partnership with Cosentino. For Liquid, co-founders Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham explore water as a rapidly depleting resource, rendered in Dekton, the company’s proprietary compressed quartz, glass, and porcelain composite. Varieties include gray-marbled Liquid Sky and Liquid Shell, a pearlescent simulation of the rippling ocean floor. The designers swirled oil-based inks in water before photographing and printing the high-resolution images onto the surfacing. Appropriately enough, the collaboration debuted just beyond the beach, at Design Miami, and its manufacture is sympathetically produced with reduced water.

Liquid Sky and Liquid Shell courtesy of Patternity and Cosentino. Photography by Alberto Rojas.

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Summary | 4 Annotations
Pattern-design agency Patternity marked its 10th anniversary last year while forging a partnership with Cosentino.
2020/07/30 13:44
For Liquid, co-founders Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham explore water as a rapidly depleting resource, rendered in Dekton, the company’s proprietary compressed quartz, glass, and porcelain composite.
2020/07/30 13:45
The designers swirled oil-based inks in water before photographing and printing the high-resolution images onto the surfacing.
2020/07/30 13:45
Appropriately enough, the collaboration debuted just beyond the beach, at Design Miami, and its manufacture is sympathetically produced with reduced water.
2020/07/30 13:45