Pagode Naguri – Oak Wood Stool

by Heilig Objects Germany

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PAGODE NAGURI breathes the austere aesthetics and warm feel-good atmosphere of the Japanese furnishing style. Kanzo, shizen and seijaku, simplicity, naturalness and tranquility characterise the contemplative wooden stool, which is formally reminiscent of the building culture of pagodas. Three square tiers rise upwards like towers in an artistic interplay of horizontal and vertical, light and shade. A clear square of fabric upholstery crowns the moving oak corpus. Each PAGODE NAGURI stool is a hand-turned unique piece with a unique, randomly shaped wooden structure.
Pagodas from early traditional architecture, self-contained temple buildings with an odd number of tiers, were the inspiration for the PAGODE NAGURI stool. Its wooden structure is inspired by the ancient Japanese wood-splintering technique Naguri, whose geometric principle creates coincidental patterns. A narrow base supports the handcrafted oak stool. Its oiled wood features a smooth surface with a silky feel. The high-quality upholstery fabric is woven from 2 different coloured wool threads in a traditional herringbone technique. The custom-made upholstery square sits firmly anchored in the wooden body.


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Daniel Heilig, born in Budapest in 1985, is a self-taught artist, photographer, musician and designer with a current studio workshop in Darmstadt, Germany. The visionary free spirit's way of thinking, creative urge and creative power are unlimited. Design is in him. Everything inspires him. The beauty of the moment, iconographic characters and architecture, coincidence. Everything fertilizes each other. Daniel Heilig is not interested in what design is allowed to do. He believes in good design. It fills living spaces with aesthetics, atmosphere and a unique story. It is an expression of individuality and created for generations. The young non-conformist misses these qualities in German furniture design. He fills this vacuum with an authentic design language and touchingly warm, elegant and harmonious designs, unique pieces of furniture and collectible design pieces between design and art.
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