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Escalier 123 | Tables by VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN
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Escalier 123 | Tables by VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN
Escalier 123 | Tables by VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN
Escalier 123 | Tables by VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN
Escalier 123 | Tables by VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN
Escalier 123 | Tables by VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN
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Escalier 123 | Tables by VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN

Escalier 123 - Tables

Price from $2,960 to $7,890

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Shipping: USPS 25-30 days
Price $660 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: March 11, 2023

DimensionsWeight
51H x 45W x 70D cm80 kg
51H x 45W x 70D cm80 kg
51H x 45W x 70D cm50 kg

One of a Kind item
White Carrara marble coffee table, chevet table, marble living room table, modern style table, side table, luxury table,custom marble table

ESCALIER 1 2 3 auxiliary side tables. Carrara marble with a single block and top in Carrara marble, Marquina black marble or Indio green to choose from. There is also a base version in patinated metal.

A very versatile piece of furniture since it can be combined with different materials and sizes and also bought without a lid.

In a piece that we can consider ART DESIGN since it can be seen as a sculpture with a function of side tables at the same time.

A spectacular piece of furniture for luxurious environments. Signed by its author.

Measurements:
51 cm high.
70 cm long.
Lid of 45 cm in diameter or 60 cm to choose.

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Item Escalier 123
As seen in Creator's Studio, Madrid, Spain
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VANDENHEEDE FURNITURE-ART-DESIGN
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2022
ART- DESIGN

“Humanity cannot move forward without recovering the work of solid wood again. The use of chipboard, particleboard, and other wood products condemn forests and furniture to an authentic ecological, cultural and historical disaster.”

Jean-Baptiste Van den Heede defines himself as a cabinetmaker-designer and an artist of academic training and family tradition. He has achieved unique designs of national and international prestige and has several awards in avant-garde furniture.

Born in Argentina in 1966, to an Argentine mother and a Belgian father. At 5 years of age, he and his family moved to Belgium.

To train as a wood professional, he first studied 4 years of carpentry. Then he continued training in cabinetmaking and carving for 5 more years. Always in search of contributing something more to his trade, he studied furniture and antique design, culminating this with the study of Sculpture at the Royal Academies of Fine Arts in Liège (Belgium) and graduating with honors.

Work the stone, the wood, and experience the forge. From the beginning, it is directed towards a search for signs, abstract writings, and unrealistic figures in analogy with other «primitive» cultures.

He taught drawing and sculpture in Brussels at the private school «la main et l´ esprit» As well as summer courses in Liege (Belgium) «Les ateliers d´art Contemporain».

In 1995 he went to Barcelona where he taught and investigated the reliefs of different supports such as trees, floors, and especially sewer covers.

He searched again analogies between current art and prehistoric, African art, etc.

Participated in several exhibitions both at the artistic level and in avant-garde design.

In 2002, he moved down to Albacete and then to a town in the province where he still works.

It is defined as «a search engine without haste or guidelines.» He says: «I only work when I feel a strong and positive inspiration invade me, an energy that I capture from matter, from the air and that I return doing the work until I feel a connection with it.»

Private workshop of contemporary art in Letur (Albacete) until 2009.

He currently works in his workshop studio in the Sierra de Madrid (Guadalix de la Sierra) following his career as a cabinetmaker-designer and artist while teaching his trade to students interested in wood.