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A sculptural furniture piece that is an experiment with nature and form: “Going out into a rough landscape and creating a piece of furniture from things one finds along the way, where no trees grow”. Here, they are all over the place, like driftwood on the beach after what may have been a journey from Siberia lasting several years to the “strandir” (coasts) of north-western Iceland.

With inspiration from the rosette ceiling at the Thorvaldsens museum and the sculptural molding process.

The chose of nature material from Iceland has a link to (Karl Albert) Bertel Thorvaldsen half Icelandic origins as he might have been born there.

“Form Follows Nature”

Made for 2012 “Sculptural furniture” and  Thorvaldsen museum.

Material: Icelandic black lava sand, cement, metal net and driftwood found in Iceland


Table 1: Diameter: ca 45 cm, H: 45 cm
Table 2: Diameter: ca 38 cm, H: 52 cm

Added Feb 04, 2013
at 12:18 am.