Simbiose Glass Cabinet

by Andreas Anwander Brazil

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This display cabinet, designed to embody the harmonious coexistence between nature and civilization, features a unique aesthetic shaped by the organic growth of plants visible through its transparent surfaces. All wood used in its construction is sourced from certified suppliers.

Ivory wood frame, laser cut glass, brass details.
Does not include the plant.

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Andreas Anwander is an Austrian designer and craftsman residing in Brazil. He dedicated himself to produce timeless, sustainable and handmade pieces using various materials and techniques. Living in London, Milan, São Paulo, Vienna and Bregenz (his hometown in Austria), Andreas has had the opportunity to work in different furniture, fashion, art, architecture and scenography design studios. Living in Brazil, he seeks to explore the diversity found in the local timbers, as well as to study and implement products with native materials. Andreas has partnered with several companies and professionals, and is always looking for new references.
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