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Glissando Credenza

February 18, 2010

Designed by Jon Goulder, the Glissando features a textured surface that mimics pitch changes in music.

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The Glissando, as its name suggests, visually mimics the glide from one pitch to another in music. Handmade with versions available in American Black Walnut or Rock Maple, the legs are stainless steel or powder coated in colour.

The piece is available as a limited edition of 12. Design and make by Jon Goulder at the Midland Atelier 2009, the Glissando forms part of the 11.12 collection designed for an exhibition at FORM in Perth.

["Exhibition information":http://australiandesignreview.com/events/15400-11-12-Furniture-by-Jon-Goulder]

["www.jongoulder.com":http://www.jongoulder.com/]

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