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KEP T Table, Brass and Marble, Signed Noro Khachatryan

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Documentation Signed
Origin Belgium
Period New
Materials Brass, Marble.
Dimensions
W. 14.18 in; H. 26.78 in; D. 14.18 in;
W. 36.02 cm; H. 68.02 cm; D. 36.02 cm;
Condition Excellent. New. Limited Edition.
Creation Date 2018
Description KEP T Table
Marble and brass
Measures: H 68, L 36, W 36 cm
Edition: 8P + 2AP

The Collection ‘Further From Function’ includes seven subtle variations of a small table ‘IF’ and a limited edition of a sculptural side table ‘KEPT’.
Produced in silver-grey marble and solid brass, the combination of materials and beyond- functionality proportioning creates a line that
associates the furniture with oversized pieces of jewellery.
‘IF‘ tables were designed during a two-year process of sketching.
Each of the sketches abstracted elements of the previous construction by focusing on individual elements of the objects. In this manner, ab straction and visible excess led back to a minimal approach that begins far from the notions of functionality that influenced the initial drawings.

Studio khachatryan, founded in 2010 by designer Noro Khachatryan, is active in various felds of product and architectural design.
The studio designs installations, interiors and architectural elements for public and residential spaces. Experimental work, functional objects and furniture are self-produced or manufactured in cooperation with Belgian and international companies.
The work of Noro is about space. Most of the time, the object attracts our perception and enclose it into a shape, function, finishing, detail.
His design seems to provide objects with a wider experience: they loose their static and project themselves into a metamorphic universe.
The shape changes each time depending on our observation point.
The designer loves natural materials and drives them carefully to new dimensions, emphasizing one texture or combining different ones:
wood, metal, stone.. become words for a new language whose syntax is ruled by a combination of ancient and contemporary dialects.
The Eastern and Western heritage and industrial know-how interact to generate a poetic design, made with honesty, technical knowledge and craftsmanship.
Styles / Movements Contemporary, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 278453
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