Coi01 – Wood, Zinc & Resin Chair


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The chair embodies the interplay between nature and industry, a pressing discourse that captivates our society like never before. How might we reconcile nature and industry to better serve humanity? A chair, meticulously crafted with a clear purpose, encounters interference as nature asserts its supremacy. Lichens, as living organisms, embody a slow-growing entity that struggles against industry for survival. How can we preserve nature and still serve human needs?

After exploring across Belgium, we discovered a lichen in the Bastogne region that interacts with epoxy. Xanthoria Calcicola is commonly found on rocks or poles along roadways, typically residing on calcium-rich stonework or mortar. When wet, it triggers an accelerated exothermic reaction with epoxy, causing the emulsion to simmer and the lichen to impart its orange hue to the epoxy. The sculptural seat evokes a boiling emulsion, reminiscent of tree resin, capturing air bubbles beautifully as it undergoes an endless solidification process.

Subsequently, we subjected the natural wood to a thermal galvanization process, wherein small particles of zinc are sprayed onto the wood at high temperatures. This treatment not only shields the wood but also bestows upon it a zinc color, preserving the inherent grain of the wood that was thoughtfully revealed.

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