The surfaced cabinet blends different material characteristics within one functional sculpture. 30 ceramic tiles shape the front surface of the cabinet, merging together as one organic relief that seems a living structure set into stone. Every tile has it’s unique footprint and comes out of a different mold, creating a variety in shape and depth like a rhythm of fossils. The Palisander wooden foot is built up out of small vertical strokes that follow the natural lines of the wood. The lines of the wood and the curves of the ceramics bring a graphic sense to the piece which is loosely inspired by shapes you can find in nature when different materials surprisingly grow together and take form as a sculpture in itself.

Cabinet. Palisander wood, hpl, ceramic

90(H) x 60(L) x 42.5(D) cm

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