The Stella Triangle Scone is Inspired by the Work of Frank Stella

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 7, 2013 • References: rollandhill & design-milk
Although the Stella Triangle Scone looks fairly futuristic, it was inspired by the past...and present. It is greatly influenced by the work of American painter and printmaker Frank Stella, hence its name, who is especially known for his minimalism and post-painterly abstraction styles. What is particular contemporary about this design, however, is its nod to the geometric craze many different disciplines are part of.

Designed by RISD grad Rosie Li, the Stella Triangle Scone was created for Roll & Hill. A mesmerizing creation, its inner mirrored glass, which is framed with wood, reflects infinite nested triangles that people could lose themselves in. Selling for a whopping $3,250.00, the Stella Triangle Scone could very well become the prized position of a lighting aficionado. Stats for Geometrically Mirrored Lighting Trending: Older & Chilly
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