The Bench

by COSEINCORSO Belgium

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 90x40x64
Limited Editions Material : Belgian linen cushions, Hand-cut steel
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Description

The Bench takes inspiration from wooden benches used in Christian churches. The smooth angles are handcut by the artisan. The raw iron is blackened to create a painterly texture. Cushions are handcrafted from premium Belgian linen and filled with goose down.

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Weight 30 kg
Dimensions 100 × 50 × 74 cm
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COSEINCORSO is a multi-disciplinary design studio founded by Marzia Cerio and Marwann Frikach. Their approach aims to reintroduce poetics into the production process of objects and highlights the cultural context in which they are made. They focus on research and handcrafted production as well as on the valorization and transmission of know-how while working in collaboration with artisans and sourcing local materials. Each project is inspired by history, archaeology, and geography and translates the essence of a region into physical form.

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