Jazz Fan

by Szostak Atelier Poland

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 70x78x90
Limited Editions Material : dacron, Stainless Steel, wenge wood
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Description

Massive retro yet futuristic fans are the most recognisable of Szostak Atelier’s pieces.
Jazz Fan is a part of the flagship Finish Collection made for the studio reopening in 2021.

It is entirely handcrafted with stunning attention to detail. Made of premium materials – wenge wood, stainless steel, vegetable-tanned leather and dacron.

Two Jazz Fans made in teak wood are available as made-to-order.

The fan is equipped with a motor of 200W/12V with a potentiometer and smooth speed adjustment system. The set includes a transformer box with ICE female socket AC power port.

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Weight 135 kg
Dimensions 120 × 80 × 115 cm
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About the designer


Witold Szostak, inspired by his father who was an architect, studied architecture at Cracow University of Technology, however his huge passion for creating objects and a close work with various materials led him to become a designer and a craftsman. Witold’s creative narrative behind each creation is a subject of immense interest and intrigue. His proficiency to work with different materials like stainless steel, aluminum, different types of wood as well as ceramic, glass fiber, leather and concrete is distinctly visible in his designs and offers him a broader perspective to create unique handcrafted items that are very artisanal and functional. What Witold finds most fascinating about craftsmanship and what you can definitely observe in his works might be explained by his favourite quotation by J. Archer: “If you ever come across a piece of pottery that is perfect, you can be confident that it was produced by a machine. With pottery, you must seek near perfection. If you look carefully enough, you will always find some slight blemish that serves to remind us that the piece was crafted by a human hand. The longer you have to search, the greater the craftsman, for it was only Giotto who was able to draw the perfect circle.” Near perfection is perfection itself when it comes to handmade items, claims Witold. In parallel to one-of-a-kind objects Szostak Atelier is currently working on small batch production products made in cooperation with manufacturers across Poland.

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