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Cement Series by Fernando Mastrangelo

Formerly of TLmag 23-featured Amma Studio, Fernando Mastrangelo has been sculpting and casting unusual materials – everything from sugar to salt or sand – for over a decade. His latest MMaterial Cement Series once again re-contextualises form and function by bringing together indoor and outdoor;...
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Formerly of TLmag 23-featured Amma Studio, Fernando Mastrangelo has been sculpting and casting unusual materials – everything from sugar to salt or sand – for over a decade. His latest MMaterial Cement Series once again re-contextualises form and function by bringing together indoor and outdoor; fusing a minimalist aesthetic with deft ingenuity and craft. MMaterial strives to combine sculpture and design in ways not found anywhere else on the market.

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