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Innovative Materials: Wiktoria Szawiel

Posted on Jul 28, 2016 by

Wiktoria Szawiel ‘fossilises’ wood, rattan and wicker furniture in a milk-like resin, which is then sanded to reveal the pattern of the natural fibres within. Prices upon request

Wiktoria's work focuses on the design of object and spaces. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Wiktoria’s work focuses on the design of object and spaces
Image courtesy of Wiktoria Szawiel

The Landscapes Within collection includes stools, a side table and a tub-shape chair. The essential beauty of every piece derives from the subtle contrast between the natural and artificial materials.

Her designs fossilise wood, rattan and wicker furniture in a milk like resin. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

Her designs fossilise wood, rattan and wicker furniture in a milk like resin
Image courtesy of Wiktoria Szawiel

The resin is then sanded to reveal the pattern of the natural fibres within. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

The resin is then sanded to reveal the pattern of the natural fibres within
Image courtesy of Wiktoria Szawiel

'The Landscape Within' collection highlights the subtle contrast between natural and artificial materials. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

The landscape within collection highlights the subtle contrast between natural and artificial materials
Image courtesy of Wiktoria Szawiel

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This feature has been taken from Warehouse Home Issue Four, which is out now! The latest issue of the internationally renowned Warehouse Home magazine is live online and can be enjoyed in full and entirely free. Read Warehouse Home Issue Four by clicking here or view in the reader below.

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