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The series „pressed wood black“ is based on the traditional technique of bent wood, but Johannes Hemann combined it with pressure to get a different look. The first step is to put pressure on fresh cut wood and divide it into its fibres. Thereafter the traditional bending technique is being used: steaming the wood and bending it into moulds. Finally the fibrous wood with glue being pressed into the mold. Due to the wood being divided into its fibres, it is possible to achieve much smaller radio or to change the nature round base to a rectangular profile, for example, or any other shape that might follow.

For this series Johannes Hemann is using U shaped bases which are combined to make a stool by combining 2 U shaped branches with a leather/wood combination. The light is totally shaped from fibrous wood. The parts are stained in black.

Material: spruce
Material option: natural wood
Dimensions: ø17 x H35-45 cm

Pressed wood table light

Johannes Hemann

EUR 1.720,00 Price incl. VAT | Free shipping in EU


Available: on request; 5-8 weeks

  • 35 cm
  • 45 cm
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Johannes Hemann

Johannes Hemann studied product design at the School of Art and Design in Offenbach am Main, Germany. During his studies he spent one semester at the Department of Product Design at Kingston University in London. In 2011 Hemann opened his eponymous design studio and almost immediately received international attention for his innovative and playful interpretations of traditional design forms.

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