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Thermal coloring is a rare, forgotten technique, used by Oskar Zieta for coloring steel. Deep and intriguing color is obtained through the use of high temperature, extracting the surprising beauty of metal without the use of chemical dyes and reagents.

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Hidden beauty of metal

Steel revolutionized the modern world, built its foundation and shaped it in the way we know. It is used in constructions, automotive and almost every branch of industry. It has many unusual properties, but not all are so well known and obvious.

Developing the technology

The new face of steel was presented by Oskar Zieta. Using natural properties of various types of steel, through research led to development of technology that uses high temperature to colorize steel surfaces. Many years of experiments allowed to master the process of achieving specific colors and define them. It is a unique approach to a process, extracting not only its authentic form but also its authentic color.

Thermocolorized furniture

Thermal coloring is used for The Heat collection, created by Oskar Zieta, based on FiDU technology – inflating flat, steel forms with compressed air and changing them into stable, durable three-dimensional objects with intriguing shapes.

Sculpted with air

Characteristic bends and folds at the edges of forms are the showcase of technology and are called “controlled loss of control”. The artist develops the form, but leaves a certain freedom for the material to deform in the optimal way. In this way, unique and characteristic features of FiDU objects are created, making each object one of a kind.

Process designing

The objects undergo a technologically advanced heating process. Computer controlled furnaces are programmed to create certain conditions. The effect of heating process is a durable coloring fnish on the surface, revealing the natural, hidden beauty of the metal. All of this without using any paints and reagents.

Colors born in flames

Different coloring effects can be obtained depending on the type of steel used. Stainless steel objects so characteristic for Zieta gain a coat of deep, warm, sunny shade of “Flamed Gold” without losing the mirror-like depth. Applicating the process to a special type of carbon steel causes discoloration into intense deep shade of dark blue, shimmering with colorful nuances and resembling the cosmos, called “Cosmic Blue”. That was also the genesis of the name of the first table in such a finish – G-Table Cosmos, topped with a black granite tabletop.

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TAFLA O are the mirrors referring to droplets of liquid metal. They combine an organic shape with the advanced technology in which they are produced - the proprietary „steel-blowing" method, FiDU. Floating above the ground, they can bring to mind light steel flakes - delicate, but at the same time synonymous with the latest technology.⁠

The TAFLA mirrors immersive installation will be part of the "Landscapes of Creativity" zone @polandatexpo at @expo2020dubai | Photo by Bartek Pawlik⁠.

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The grand finale of the Pavilion of Poland exposition - and the final chapter of the story of Poland at @expo2020dubai - is represented by Zone V called "Landscapes of Creativity". This is where our guests will experience the unspeakable immersive "landscapes of creativity". ⁠

The premise of the installation designed by Zieta Studio is to enter into a visual dialogue with interactive projections that will be displayed on the walls of the interior. ⁠

Doors to the Pavilion of Poland will open on the 1st of October 2021!⁠ More ➡️ link in bio!

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Zieta Studio's TAFLA O installation will form a vital part of the Polish Pavilion's zone called "Landscapes of Creativity". The installation will let the visitors immerse themselves in the captivating experience. It will visually correspond with the multimedia projections displayed. ⁠

"Oval mirrors of irregular shape hanging over the viewers' heads are made of polished steel reflecting the surroundings. Thanks to the reflection effect, they will multiply images and blur the line between what is real and what is presented," says @oskarzieta.⁠

Visit The Pavilion of Poland @polandatexpo at @expo2020dubai | Photo by Bartek Pawlik⁠

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Surprisingly, our steel objects look great in the bathroom setting. Here, photographed by Ernest Wińczyk @ultraunicorn in the Raffles Europejski Hotel @raffleseuropejski, are a white DRAB mirror, PLOPP stool and inox steel Parova vases. ⁠

More photos from this stunning photoshoot - link in bio.⁠

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Zieta Studio's PLOPP stool has found its way to many cool contemporary spaces, but we're thrilled every time we see this design in another stylish interior. Here, in a minimalist bathroom of the Polis couple's apartment in Calpe, a holiday resort on the Costa Blanca in Spain.⁠

Look how it perfectly blends into the surrounding with its white glossy finish.⁠

Interior design: @mow.design⁠
Photo: @theristagno⁠


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