The shape of “Missed tree II”, redolent of the elements of nature, is combined with a more technical aspect: the steel base. This contrast gives rise to an object that we might define as “techno-ethnic” that brings to mind the forms of the plant world without ever breaking off completely from the technological world. With […]
November 21st, 2008
The shape of “Missed tree II”, redolent of the elements of nature, is combined with a more technical aspect: the steel base. This contrast gives rise to an object that we might define as “techno-ethnic” that brings to mind the forms of the plant world without ever breaking off completely from the technological world. With a branching element
(Missed Tree II) offers the potential for endless combinations.
Dimensions: Height 200cm x Width 75cm – steel base 42x42cm
Delivery time: 12 weeks
Finish: Lacquered white, black, red, base in brushed steel
Designer: Jean Marie Massaud – www.massaud.com
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