Bench or low service table created from a patchwork of raw pieces of wood - both old and new - assembled on the basis of a computer-generated design that is then sent to a digitally-controlled machine that cuts the forms in three dimensions.

Depth
50cm
Finish
American natural walnut
Height
34cm
Inner structure
In Poplar wood and Massive poplar, covered in massive American Natural Walnut
Width
233cm
Year
2012

Bench made of a massive wood pieces patchwork in American natural walnut.

Inner structure: In poplar wood and massive poplar, covered in massive American natural walnut.

Each item is unique but can be reproduced.

Note 1

Due to their particular way of production, each piece is different from another.

Note 2

Possible wood colour variations to be considered as features of natural wood working, not as defective features.

Note 3

The item is sold in numbered edition.


Raphael Navot

Raphael Navot was born in Jerusalem, Israel in 1977. He graduated from The Design Academy in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. He lives in Paris, France. He considers himself a multidisciplinary designer. Among his various clients and collaborations the are some of the most influential names in the design world including: Venini, David Lynch, Tollman’s - Alesi,Molteni/Dada, Renault, Design Museum Holon, Swarovski, Hearts on Fire, Arthus Bertrand and Mudum.


Cappellini faced the new millennium inextricably linked to the world of images, exploration and research.