Archetypal forms, which are recognizably basic shapes, can have an impactful effect when used in different contexts. Casimir's Shell1 Table is one such example, taking the measurements of a solid wood hollow sphere with an arched base and reimagining it as a furniture piece. An esteemed Belgian industrial designer with thirty years of experience and several accolades, Casimir fuses furniture and art in his six wooden objects. His artistic pieces are abstract in structure but are created to be used. With three decades in the design industry and several awards under his belt, Casimir, a Belgian industrial designer, produces six pieces of furniture that are also art. Self-labeling himself as a furniture artist, Casimir chooses to work with wood due to its authenticity and sustainability. The products straddle the duality of art and furniture, all intended for use-cases.
Material: available in solid European oak, cherry or walnut wood, FSC certified, oiled finish
Dimension: available in Ø120 x 30cm or Ø150x 37.5cm
Additional information: each piece is signed, numbered and certified by the artist