THE TREE

MAG

Element by Studio Sanna Volker

Element by Studio Sanna Volker

Element by Studio Sanna Volker

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AUTHOR:

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YEAR:

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PRODUCTION:

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SOURCE:

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Born and based on the study of the relationship between the human senses and the elements of nature. Element is a side table in solid ash that plays with angles and perspectives catching perception of balance is achieved. Discover the carved detail, inspired by the shape and surface left on trees chewed on by beavers. By referring to the tactility of trees and the warmth of wood, the product aim to encourage touch and curiosity.

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