The Pyramid I table is Fenhann’s first pyramidal work, made of eight triangles joined together to form a double pyramid. This geometric shape is one of the strongest and most harmonious polygons. It is also the natural shape of a raw diamond. Fenhann upcycled the triangular wood sheets from the Kubo tables to make these double pyramids, which he combined in different formations, playing with positive and negative space. The accuracy of this shape requires perfect craftsmanship, and once again, Fenhann demonstrates his keen grasp of Japanese woodwork.
Exhibited at “Japanometry”, Galerie Maria Wettergren, 2015; Design Miami/Basel.
Elm and Glass top
Limited edition by Galerie Maria Wettergren
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