Studio Jeroen Wand







Seemingly useless pieces of leftover veneer are pressed together to form a sturdy whole. A process that leads to an elegant visual language with some rough edges.

The technique that is used stems from the industrial process of laminating. Here this technique is executed manually. By pressing the different layers of veneer together over a solid wooden structure, the material is shaped and gains its strength.

The manual process allows for more freedom in arranging the individual parts of veneer, where each has a different color and structure. The small pieces of veneer from different wood types such as oak, birch, spine and wenge are now part of an intricate composition.

Technique: laminating

Measurements: 60 x 100 x 45 cm (l x w x h)

Product group: table

Year: 2016


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