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The Invisible Collection Nada Debs Funquetery Pleated Bench
Nada Debs

Funquetry Pleated Bench

5 280

L 150 x W 50 x H 46 cm

L 59″ x W 19,7″ x H 18,1″

Bench in American walnut and blue velvet fabric, with marquetry patterns

Marquetry colours available : Blue, Green, Red, White, Various Colors

 

Handmade in Lebanon

Production lead time : 8 – 12 weeks

 

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Product Description

The Funquetry collection is composed by a brand new series of furnitures that explore a playful, contemporary interpretation of the traditional handcraft technique of marquetry, all made in Lebanon. Strips of different coloured wood are inlaid to produce what’s known as a “mother”. In some pieces these are then sliced and shifted to create a break in the geometric pattern. In others, they are applied to what Nada calls pleated wood: a triangulated cut into the solid wood. Our perception of these pieces changes as we move around them.

Additional Information

Weight 57 kg
Dimensions 187 x 74 x 83 cm
Nada Debs

Nada Debs

Nada Debs grew up up in Japan from a Lebanese family and graduated from the Rohde Island School of Design in the US. With such a cosmopolitan and prolific background, Nada Debs has the ability to distil culture and craftsmanship to create pieces with emotional resonance. Her style defined as “Contemporary Arabesque” blends her influences from her Lebanese family and her Japanese childhood as she magnifies oriental handicrafts with a hint of Japanese materials.

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