Sam Anderson is a product designer based in Toronto.
Fascinated by color, optics, and geometry, Sam
investigates the ways in which form and pattern affect the
utility of our built environment. Sam is interested in working
with forward-thinking brands to bring meaningful objects to
Contact : email@example.com
The Gather Vases extend the process of arranging
flowers to the vessels in which they are arranged.
Each vase’s unique proportion lends itself to a
different kind of blossom or bunch, making them
a useful and satisfying tool for display.
Falling Line Rug
Falling Line Rug
Each color scheme in these flat woven wool rugs takes on the challenge of modernist color theory. All are the results of a self-led lesson in Josef Albers' curriculum for color theory in his book Interaction of Color.
In this room divider a string of reflective slats comes together at two specific angles to reveal a unique and marvelous effect : the solid surface appears simultaneously reflective and transparent. The Periscopic Screen is an exploration in the ways that material and geometry can come together to create wondrous optical experiences and change our perception of space.
The Field Candleholder brings colorful informality to the center of the table while upholding the elegant tradition of dining by candle light.
Spiral Trivet Set
The Archimedean spiral is a unique geometry
whose constant radius allows multiple spirals
to fit perfectly inside one another. In sand cast
aluminum, this geometry makes a set of trivets
which nest together.
The Strawberry Theif
This pattern, which describes the life cycle of a strawberry plant, is an adaptation of William Morris's "The Strawberry Thief". It was designed for Studio Minale-Maeda in 2013 to be produced as a cotton-silk jacquard upholstery textile.