Germans Ermičs | Glass Experimentations


About Germans Ermičs

Germans Ermics was born in Riga (Latvia) in 1985. He lived his tutorial several years in Copenhagen (Denmark), wherever he analyzed style and design. Via an internship at the Rasmus Koch Studio, he developed his capabilities as a graphic designer. In 2007 he co-launched, as an art director, the Latvian lifestyle magazine Veto, while starting his studies at the Structure Academy in Eindhoven (NL). Right here his key target was on home furnishings and interiors, and he completed his graduation in 2011 in the Office of Man & Residing.

Profession and Will work

Right after working for quite a few inside and graphic style clients, both equally Dutch and worldwide, in 2014, Germans Ermics opened its studio in Amsterdam less than the name of Studio Germans Ermičs.

Ermičs explores the issue of his fascination with glass and mirrors, experimenting and exploring materials. Also, hues have a terrific impact in his will work. He uses them so that supplies are applied to look far more fascinating than ever.

His perform combines his graphic style and design competencies with experimentation with distinctive products and perceptions of house.

Ombrè Glass Chair

Ombrè Glass Chair (2017) is a tribute to Shiro Kuramata (1934-1991), which iconic Glass Chair (1976) is one of the most influential household furniture styles of the 20th century. For this cause, Kuramata’s Glass Chair sets a precedent for the style and design course in glass. The chair emphasizes the simplicity and weightlessness of the substance, as he was able of joining 6 sheets of glass devoid of the use of screws, mounts, or reinforcement. By employing the innovative item Photobond 100, Ermics delivers the sound state of the glass to dissolve as it appears to hang in the air.

German Ermics - Ombré Glass Chair
Ombré Glass Chair – © German Ermičs
German Ermics - Ombré Glass Chair
© German Ermičs
German Ermics - Wide Horizon Screen
Huge Horizon Monitor – © German Ermics
German Ermics - Ombré Glass Chair
© German Ermičs
German Ermics
Blue Existence – Absence, 2018 – © German Ermičs

Where The Rainbow Ends

Germans Ermičs has made a technicolor pavilion for Instagram that brings the social network’s rainbow gradient to existence. The glass cabin is a collaboration in between the two on the celebration of the Cannes lions international pageant of creativeness in 2019.

Set on the french riviera, the 50sqm construction marks the first time Ermičs has worked on this scale. The Amsterdam-primarily based designer is regarded for his function with colored glass, which makes use of a identical gradient style with stable pigments that fade to clear.

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Where by The Rainbow Ends
Where by The Rainbow Finishes
Depth – Where The Rainbow Finishes


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