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Lidded box/sculpture

Documentation Signed
Origin Hungary
Period 2000-2018
Materials stained turned wood
W. 9.06 in; H. 9.06 in; D. 9.06 in;
W. 23 cm; H. 23 cm; D. 23 cm;
Condition Good.
Creation Date 2018
Description Lidded box/sculpture
Stained American Walnut
Limited edition of 100

A wooden storage box with a lid. A cube is seamlessly covered with three different bodies of revolution that engage in each other, thereby producing a powerful, geometrical design sculpture. The decorating elements create an optical illusion—one would not think at first sight that the box contains a relatively large storage space.
Laszlo Tompa
Ceramist, tile designer
Birth: 1969, Hungary
School: 1989-1993: Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest, Hungary
Memberships: 2009: National Association of Hungarian Artists (MAOE)
1994: Hungarian Studio of Young Designers Association (FISE)
1996: “Step into the Future”competition, Hungary, first prize (wood furniture)
1999: “Furniture of the Future” competition, Hungary, third prize (wood table)
2000: Competition of the Vasvar city local government in the year of the
Millenium, Hungary, „The King’s Fountain” (Ceramic fountain)
2004: „Lajos Kozma Craft Fellowship”
2011: IFDA Asahikawa, International Furniture Design Competition, Selected finalist
Styles / Movements Contemporary, Modern, Studio Craft
200 Lex Booth Number 39
Incollect Reference Number 296065
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