by Porus Studio
Designed by the architect Frank Llyod Wright, the Solomon r. Guggenheim museum swells out toward Manhattan city. Contrasting with the strict city grid, the organic curves are a familiar landmark for art lovers and inspired Porus Studio designers to conceive the modern Solomon console.
Its structure is handcrafted in black stained ashwood that supports a Calacatta gold marble tabletop surrounded by aged brushed brass. The most iconic details are the handles, reminiscent of the Guggenheim Museum seen from below, made alternately in aged brushed and polished brass.
Either naturally built or made by human vision, there’s a lot of treasures to see worldwide. In a quick tour along product design, contemporary art, and lifestyle, Porus Studio designers conceived some deluxe recreations for you to look through our vision of the world.FIND OUT MORE →