The Cosa Project by Cristian Mohaded is Quirky and Minimalist

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 17, 2013 • References: & design-milk
The Cosa Project takes the common household wood brush and turns it into works of art as well as some unique pieces of home decor. From hanging light fixtures and fringed mirrors to chunky necklaces and more abstract objects, the designs that make up the Cosa Project are quirky yet sophisticated. Nevertheless, there is a simplicity to each one that embodies the essence of the brush in question.

Designed by Cristian Mohaded, a designer born in Recreo, Argentina, the Cosa Project uses only wood and nylon thread for the creation of its objects. Described as a 'sensory project' by the designer, the Cosa project "takes the texture of the filament as a structure and a platform for the designing of objects." Stats for Household Brush-Inspired Decor Trending: Older & Chilly
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