Wahkan – Mexican Oak Wood Side Table


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This exquisite side table is a testament to the fusion of contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship. Conceived by the innovative duo Lørdag & Søndag in Mexico City, it is expertly crafted from oak wood by the masterful hands of artisan César Zamorano at Torno Decorativo Tonalá, located in the heart of Tonalá, Jalisco.

The design of this piece draws inspiration from a Teotihuacan clay figurine, beautifully capturing the essence of a woman adorned in traditional attire. It intricately represents a woman clad in a skirt, draped with a shawl, and embellished with a necklace, earrings, and an elaborate headdress. This artistic interpretation pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of Teotihuacan, an ancient Mesoamerican city known as “The City of the Gods” in Nahuatl.

Located northwest of Mexico City, Teotihuacan stands as a monumental archeological site, its artistic legacy echoing through pre-Hispanic artifacts and architecture across various regions of Mexico and Guatemala. This side table not only serves as a functional piece of furniture but also as a bridge connecting the contemporary art scene with the profound historical and cultural narratives of ancient civilizations.

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Established in 2011 by Salvador Compañ, Lørdag & Søndag is a distinguished studio rooted in Mexico City. Celebrating Mexico's rich artisanal heritage, the studio brings to the forefront traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations of master artisans. Their creations, referred to as "Artefactos," draw inspiration from both ancient and contemporary Mexican culture, seamlessly blending elements from archaeology to modern art. Guided by the vision of the Compañ brothers, Salvador and Enzo, the studio deeply collaborates with artisans from diverse communities across Mexico, ensuring that each piece is an exquisite fusion of pristine aesthetics and enduring design. Since its inception, Lørdag & Søndag has proudly partnered with distinguished artisans from regions such as Oaxaca, Chiapas, Estado de México, Veracruz, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Guerrero, and Campeche, emphasizing the studio's commitment to preserving and promoting Mexico's vibrant craft traditions.
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