Through her work Chloé aims to create a stronger relationship between the users, the space and furniture, as well as influence the user perception and awareness of the objects within a space and
the space itself. The pieces in the Bo’oy Collection (meaning shadow in the Mayan language) consist of reflective and translucent coloured forms which go beyond their functional purpose to enhance
the space in which they are placed and connect with the user.
The sculptural, abstract and colourful elements of the pieces trigger the senses, bringing surprise, curiosity, fun and change into everyday spaces. The moveable pieces can be arranged in infinite compositions and reveal themselves in different ways depending on the light, angle and position in which they are placed; through this uniqueness their form and essence go beyond the idea of furniture.
Through the exploration of light, forms and colour, it is possible to incorporate unexpected and unconventional elements that can change the ambience of a room or setting as well as our experience within it. Light and colours affect our well-being, whether consciously or subconsciously, and when used in combination with the personality of each object, they can influence our moods taking us anywhere from tranquillity to playfulness and joy. In this way, objects and furniture become a transitory reflection of the surrounding space in a given moment.
Chloe Duran Stone has used transparent acrylic in various colours together with mirror acrylic for this beautiful application.