INOMO‘s Modern Takes collection designed by George Drakakis is inspired by monumental shapes that defined beauty and form. Three pieces, ‘Nike; the Winged Victory’, ‘Fragments’ and ‘Trojan Horse’ have been designed along minimal lines to accommodate modern indoor and outdoor living.
Sourcing inspiration from ancient Greek archetypical forms and concepts, George Drakakis deployed advanced GRP design to create furniture with sculptural sophistication made of innovative fibre-reinforced material. Eternal forms, re-made for the future.
Nike; the Winged Victory
Nike; The Winged Victory is inspired by the monumental statue of Nike (Victory) of Samothrace, the winged female figure constructed circa 220-185 BC. Flowing lines and lightness portrayed with great virtuosity.
Fragments is inspired by the Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens, a colossal temple whose construction began in 6th century BC in order to become the greatest temple in the ancient world. ‘Fragments’ is a geometric piece of furniture that rejuvenates the structure of a classic column blueprint sketch. Its sculptural abstraction celebrates the continuity of design archetypes that INOMO values. Functions both as stool and as side-table.
Trojan Horse is inspired by the subterfuge- Trojan Horse that the Greeks used to enter the city of Troy and win the war. Trojan Horse is a minimal dining chair, made of clear lines that symbolize the novelty of the mythical stratagem.
INOMO proudly presents its first ready-to-purchase collection, developed along the principles of innovation, originality and endurance that the brand has been known for. Having 40 years of experience in tailor-made fiberglass design, product care and advanced production techniques, INOMO is more than just a retail manufacturer. It makes the expertise of tailor-made production available for purchase any time.
FRP has been selected as INOMO‘s primary and exclusive material thanks to its malleable qualities. Resistant to water, sun and light, enduring and high-end, fiberglass is an ideally versatile material to implement advanced parametric design with, as it transforms into liquid forms efficiently, outperforming other competitive materials like composite acrylic material and wood. Its unique physical properties allow it to be easily moulded and manufactured to meet almost any specification, thus counts as one of the most favoured material choice of most architects and designers.