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OSSEOUS

OSSEOUS is a console table designed to add accent furnishing to a space/setting. Inspired from the organic structure present inside the human bones, Trabeculae, the design aims at providing character, definition and texture to a space. 'Osseous' refers to a solid, bony and skeletale structure. 

DESIGN:

Modern

DIMENSIONS:

H 710 mm x B 508 mm x D 914 mm

MATERIALS:

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WALNUT WOOD

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As light dances across its surface, casting shadows that mimic the intricate patterns of trabeculae, Osseous breathes life into any space it inhabits. It transcends mere furniture to become a statement piece. Inspired by the delicate yet resilient trabeculae woven within the human skeletal structure, Osseous is a testament to the marriage of nature's elegance and human craftsmanship.

Each curve and contour of Osseous reflects the organic beauty found within bones, invoking a sense of harmony and unity with the natural world. Its sleek lines and bony structure speak to a timeless aesthetic, while its presence exudes strength and solidity, much like the bones that inspired its creation.


With Osseous, furnishing becomes an art form, and every space is transformed into a sanctuary of style and substance. It is more than just a console table; it is a testament to the beauty of design inspired by nature's own masterpieces.

 

INSPIRATION

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TREND BOARD: 

​WOODGRAIN, SCULPTURAL FORM AND COMFORTING CURVES 

Wood confirms as the material of the moment, as trade shows across all markets see it worked into a diverse range of products.

Embodying natural and warm qualities, wood features across exhibitors in applications large and small. Whether left untreated, colourfully stained or on the receiving end of tactile textural interventions such as sanding, surface work is important to enhance the material’s grain and celebrate its movements, even in engineered wood.

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CMF BOARD

Reconstituted wood: Engineered wood panels such as MDF and reconstituted wood products provide more accessible, affordable alternatives to solid timber.

Rich and retro: Complement a 1970s-inspired palette of iron-rich reds with warm mid-tone woods, including teak, Sapele and cherry, alongside burl woods.

Warm walnut: Luxurious walnut offers a key warming wood tone across interiors. Use designs that reference this vintage aesthetic, with curved forms and minimal geometric shapes that put the beauty of the material center-stage. Rounded volumes and tactile surfaces build sensory appeal into spaces.

Fluid forms: Curving, wiggly and fluid forms give a fresh feel to a material that symbolizes solidity.

PROTOTYPE

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