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Martino Gamper

WOM Console

The Italian-born, British-based designer Martino Gamper is possessed of unstoppable creative force, most famously realized in his project 100 Chairs in 100 Days. He has been widely influential for his incorporation of existing elements into design, in a way that manages to seem rudimentary and sophisticated all at once. One important implication of his work is that anyone can make brilliantly inventive objects at relatively low cost. His WOM Console (the acronym stands for “Wood of Mystery”) has a Flintstones-like simplicity yet recalls the asymmetrical, natural-edge furniture of George Nakashima.

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Martino Gamper
Wood of mystery, insets redwood and elm with bay, wood of mystery legs sealed with Rubio oil
Contributing Gallery
Anton Kern Gallery
38.19 in × 66.93 in × 30.31 in
97.0026 cm × 170.0022 cm × 76.9874 cm
Image credit: Courtesy of Anton Kern Gallery
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