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660.32º

In this project Studio Jeroen Wand returned to the essence of welding: connecting two things of the same material by melting. With the use of aluminum, the research resulted in an optimistic primitivism.

The material aluminum has a futuristic connotation where a believe in technological progress still lingers, whilst the used technique creates a primitive roughness.The objects hint towards artefacts from the Iron and Stone Age with a sense of futurism.

660.32º, the melting point of aluminum, is the only necessary knowlegde to produce these objects, creating a modern yet primeval open source process.


The series constist of a bench, two stools, a set of tools and a workbench.

Material: aluminum, rubber (caps)

Technique: welding

Measurements: variable

Product group: interior

Year: 2014

Retail: unique series, price on request

 

 
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