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Rebeca Cors Furniture

Mexican, b. 1988

Rebeca Cors is a modern furniture designer offering a fresh perspective on the interplay between utility and art. She creates abstract sculptures as well as sculptural stools and side tables designed to bring art into everyday life. Each piece is made out of beautiful natural materials like wood, obsidian and marble, all imbued with a sense of balance and harmony.

Cors was born in Mexico in 1988. She graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de México with a degree in industrial design in 2010, in addition to earning a design certificate from New York University in 2009. She founded her company, CORS by Rebeca Cors, in 2012, and spent time studying studio art at Central Saint Martins in London in 2013.

Cors seeks to preserve traditional crafting practices and create pieces that showcase and treasure her culture. All the sculptures and furniture produced by CORS are handmade by skilled Mexican artisans using local materials. 

Cors has exhibited extensively in her home country, including at Design Week México and the Zona Maco contemporary art fair. She has participated in Milan Design Week, Venice Design Week and NYCxDESIGN.

In 2021, Cors was named an Architectural Digest Design Icon and was listed on the AD100. That same year, she was awarded the Interceramic Award.

On 1stDibs, find Rebeca Cors decorative objects, seating, tables and more.

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Creator: Rebeca Cors
ARIA COMPOSITION V, Travertine Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Marble

ARIA BENCH, Travertine Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility sculpture...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL 3, Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL 1, Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

4 NERU TOTEM, Travertine Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA COMPOSITION VIII, Black Cantera Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Stone

ARIA COMPOSITION IX, Black Cantera Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Stone

ARIA COMPOSITION VII, Black Cantera Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Stone

ARIA COMPOSITION VII, VIII, IX, Black Cantera Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Stone

ARIA DECOMPOSITION, Travertine Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

4 NERU TOTEM, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
4 Neru stackable TOTEM Utility sculpture: 1 Neru, functions as a stool/table Create your own TOTEM by stacking 3 or 4 Nerus! Material: Ra...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Wood

ARIA COMPOSITION II, Travertine Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates Abstract Sculptures -and- Utility S...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL 4, Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA COMPOSITION VI, Travertine Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL 5, Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA COMPOSITION II + DECOMPOSITION, Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates abstract sculptures -and- utility s...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL 2, Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates Abstract Sculptures -and- Utility S...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ESPIGA MOBILE FLOOR LAMP, Lighting Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Rebeca Cors (México,1988). Cors' work oscillates between sculpture and function, studying its limits and meeting points. As a result, Cors creates Abstract Sculptures -and- Utility S...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Brass, Steel

NERU TOTEM STOOL, Handcrafted Marble Utility Sculpture (#2) by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL 5, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.
 As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture.

 The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms.
 Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex.
 A balanced and simple composition conveys peace.

The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary.

 All hand-made in Mexico.
 All Mexican...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Wood

NERU TOTEM STOOL 1, Black Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL, Handcrafted Marble Utility Sculpture (#6) by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ESPIGA MOBILE-LAMP , Lighting Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
The meeting point between sculpture and utility object. A utilitarian sculpture. Seeks to transmit balance and simplicity. Rebeca Cors (México, 1988) works as an independent artist u...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Brass, Steel

ARIA TOTEM I, Travertine Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. About Rebeca Cors Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.? As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture. The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms. Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex. A balanced and simple composition conveys peace. The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary. All hand-made in Mexico. All Mexican...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA II TABLE, Black Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.? The ...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Marble

ARIA TOTEM I, Black High Gloss and Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.? As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture. The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms. Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex. A balanced and simple composition conveys peace. The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary. All hand-made in Mexico. All Mexican...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Wood

NERU TOTEM STOOL 3, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.
 As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture.

 The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms.
 Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex.
 A balanced and simple composition conveys peace.

The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary.

 All hand-made in Mexico.
 All Mexican...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Wood

NERU TOTEM STOOL 1, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The in...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Wood

NERU TOTEM STOOL 6, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The in...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Wood

NERU TOTEM STOOL 4, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Utility sculpture: 1 Neru, functions as a stool/table Create your own TOTEM by stacking 3 or 4 Nerus! Material: Radiata Wood (Indoors) Rebeca Cors ...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Wood

4 NERU TOTEM, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.
 As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Wood

NERU TOTEM STOOL 2, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The in...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Wood

NERU TOTEM STOOL, Handcrafted Marble Utility Sculpture (#3) by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

NERU TOTEM STOOL, Handcrafted Marble Utility Sculpture (#4) by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA COMPOSITION II, Black Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.? As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture. The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms. Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex. A balanced and simple composition conveys peace. The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary. All hand-made in Mexico. All Mexican...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA COMPOSITION I, SMALL Black Marble Abstract Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
The word "ARIA" comes from the word air. Air, over time, sculpts the surface of the earth to create what we call mountains. ARIA seeks to be a timeless object by mimicking what is co...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

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Marble

NERU TOTEM DUO, Black Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.? As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture. The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms. Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex. A balanced and simple composition conveys peace. The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary. All hand-made in Mexico. All Mexican...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

Bolden Lamp (Minimalist, Contemporary, Sculptural Lighting)
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Bolden Lamp - The meeting point between sculpture and industrial design. A utilitarian sculpture. Seeks to transmit balance and simplicity. Rebeca Cors (Mé...
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2010s Mexican Modern Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Brass, Steel

NERU TOTEM STOOL, Handcrafted Marble Utility Sculpture (#5) by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

4 NERU TOTEM, Black Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

4 NERU TOTEM, Black Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.? As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture. The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms. Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex. A balanced and simple composition conveys peace. The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary. All hand-made in Mexico. All Mexican...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA COMPOSITION II + DECOMPOSITION, Black Marble Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts. The int...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA I TABLE, Black Marble Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The in...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

ARIA COMPOSITION I, Black Marble Abstract Sculpture by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The in...
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Rebeca Cors Furniture

Materials

Marble

Rebeca Cors furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Rebeca Cors furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of stone and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Rebeca Cors furniture, although black editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Rebeca Cors were created in the modern style in north america during the 21st century and contemporary. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Laura Noriega, Alejandra Carmona, and Justine Troufléau. Prices for Rebeca Cors furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,200 and can go as high as $38,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $5,000.

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