Low table in antique oak beam and varnished metal shelf. The antique wood beam can
naturally have small differences product by product.
Width: 140 cm
Depth: 25/60 cm
Height: 25 cm
During a one week workshop at Depot Basel, I produced a small series of tables.
No glue, no screws just a panel wedged in a beam
Design by DAMIEN GERNAY, 2013
His approach of the object is determined by a sensitive outlook on today’s world. He attempt to translate in 3 dimensions a world of perception: touch becomes volume, visual becomes color, and frequency becomes shape. Material has its own vocabulary, he attempt to compose with it, to create my own language, based on applying, superimposing and confrontating different materials. Therefore the object gets a meaning. It evokes, insinuates, questions. Single or multiple, its meaning becomes coherent.