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Domo Lamp

Joe Colombo, 1965

Libreria Pensile

A & PG Castiglioni, 1957

TriAngle

Aldo Bakker, 1996

The Dutch designer, Aldo Bakker, is known for his uncompromising approach to design. This is a perfect example of his work. TriAngle consists of 12 triangular elements—cut to fit together like the perfect puzzle. The final puzzle reveals a square stool or side table with a distinguished and very precise look. The sharp corners and visible cuts will become softer and gain patina over time, making tear, wear and decay a very essential part of this design.

Aldo Bakkers’ work has a delicate and rare sense of harmony and his ideas are always intended to trigger a response. He wants to challenge us with his design, to make us stop our everyday routines for a minute and ponder over an odd little feature, hopefully making us perform our everyday casual acts with more attention.

Aldo Bakker

Aldo Bakker (1971) has an uncompromising take on design. His work has a delicate and rare sense of harmony and the shapes communicate through association, touch, texture, and materiality. His designs are often strange, yet strangely familiar. Always intended to trigger a response.

Product type:

Stool

Dimensions:

W: 35cm
H: 42cm

Material:

Solid ash

Finish:

Clear lacquered