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Wooden beams are dipped in a coloured bath, sucking up the colour thanks to the fibrous nature of the material. The tinted beams are then cut to shape and assembled, creating a shelf with coloured, pattern-like connection points.

This piece of furniture is to be perceived as a three-dimensional pattern that changes as one revolves around it. Also, just like patterns do, it looks different when observing it from close up or from far away.

2013
Wood, dye
Photo by Véronique Huyghe
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