Treforma is inspired by objects and the way they reflect and transmit light.
The color of objects is determined by the parts of the spectrum of light that are reflected without being absorbed. Secondary attributes like glossy, sheen, and translucency are made clear by the directional distribution of the reflected or transmitted light.
Treforma is a study of diffusion and scattering; where surfaces can change in many directions, without the change in inherent nature of the components. Three tables, formed by bending tinted glass, nest together to form a single unit. Both an art piece and a functional space-saver in smaller spaces, it is the decision of the client how to use it.
Dimensions are 54x32x18"h for the large, 48x32x16"h for the medium, and 24x32x14"h for the small.
<p>Jason was born in New York and grew up in the furniture industry. He Studied at the Huntington School of Fine Arts and spent a year at the Universidad de Sevilla in Seville Spain.</p> <p>Currently an active member of many furniture industry organizations, including the ASFD (American Society of Furniture Designers), the YLH (Young Leaders of Hospitality), and is a Board Member of the YHFP (Young Home Furnishings Professionals), Jason is also a founding member of the SFC (Sustainable Furniture Council)</p> <p>In 2005 he received a B.F.A. in Industrial Design and has been the winner of numerous industry awards over the years, most recently nominated as a finalist in the 20th Annual Pinnacle Awards.</p>