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This sculptural ceramic piece by Dutch studio Floris Wubben pushes the boundaries of function and design. Its form is derived from nature and is made using natural materials combined with mechanical manufacturing processes. It is coated with a bright orange glaze.

Design: Floris Wubben
Material: Pressed clay, coloured layer of glaze
Dimensions: approx. 35 x Ø 42 cm

All ceramics by Floris Wubben are unique.
Please enquire directly for more information.

Made by hand, in The Netherlands

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Tiny table - no. 1

Floris Wubben

USD 2,183.00 Price excl. VAT  | Shipping costs excluded

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Available: on request; 5-8 weeks

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Floris Wubben

Studio Floris Wubben was founded in 2009 and is located in Amsterdam. Design pieces and sculptural objects made by the studio are sold in galleries and shops around the world and held in museum collections such as the Design Museum Holon (Israel), MAD (New York), Gewerbemuseum (Winterthur), Mint Museum of Craft and Design (Charlotte), Noordbrabants Museum (Den Bosch) and Museum of Arts and Design (Singapore).

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