A pixelated image in low resolution, reflected in a three-dimensional surface. A tandem of volumes and levels.
Created by Ron Arad, Do-Lo-Rez is a union of two pieces, rug and sofa, conceived as a single element. Created jointly, they form an unusual project that brings the virtual world closer to the real world.
The idea came to him after seeing a pixelated image in low resolution, which has materialized into a three-dimensional surface. The rug is made by making each square a different height from the ones beside it.
On the other hand, its extraordinary format involves multiple vertices that seem like the final pieces of an unfinished puzzle. This game of volume and levels gives free rein to customization.
Combining playful forms and experiments with advanced technologies, Ron Arad has emerged as one of the most influential designers of our time. Born in Tel Aviv, he moved to London in 1973 to study architecture and made his name in the early 1980s as a self-taught designer-maker of sculptural furniture. He currently works across both design and architecture and has garnered various awards throughout his career.