The idea of letting nothing go to waste is characteristic of Fenhann’s approach to design. For Magnetic, he used the square walnut pieces, which were cut out from his Kubo tables. By transforming the squares into perfect small cubes with painstakingly precise angles and sides, Fenhann gave this leftover material a new nobility. The cubes have magnets inside, enabling them to connect in various sculptural forms.
This version of the Magnetic cubes table consists of eight cubes joined together two and two. The four units can be arranged precisely in different formations due to hidden magnets.
Elm and Magnets
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