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The pieces of log that lay waiting to be used as combustion fuel in the brass casting foundry caught the eyes of the designer who was intrigued by the natural beauty of its shapes, thus sparking inspiration for side tables and stools. With its naturally beautiful shape, but decaying bark, the designer kept the shape, scratched off the corroding bark, and in replacement covered the entire log with small squares of corrugated sheet mimicking a mosaic, each square alternating between vertical and horizontal lines, along with the texture of the ridges creating new dimensions to the normal log. The usage of the corrugated sheets in replacement of the bark personifies the preservation of nature, and how we can all protect and preserve nature, whether it is protecting them in their original state or conserving them with the help and usage of other materials to prolong their lifespan.



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