Timothy Schreiber

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Morphogenesis Chaise, Wexler Gallery at Collective Design, New York, 2016 Morphogenesis chaise by timothy schreiber at collective design ny 2016.jpg
Morphogenesis Chaise, Wexler Gallery at Collective Design, New York, 2016
Black Ice Tables, Wexler Gallery, 2012 Black ice tables by timothy schreiber.jpg
Black Ice Tables, Wexler Gallery, 2012
Flow side table, Wexler Gallery, 2009 Flow side table.jpg
Flow side table, Wexler Gallery, 2009
Icicle table, Wexler Gallery, 2013 Cast glass (solid) table by timothy schreiber, 2013.jpg
Icicle table, Wexler Gallery, 2013
Methodology table, polished bronze, 2015 Timothy schreiber SOFA chicago 2015 methodology table.JPG
Methodology table, polished bronze, 2015

Timothy Schreiber is a London-based, design artist. Schreiber's limited edition items are represented by various galleries including 88-Gallery in London.

In 2013 Schreiber started working in cast glass with his "icicle tables" being his first series of furniture in this material. He applied traditional glass casting technique to relatively large furniture designs.

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