Michaël Bihain

Bruxelles

WAW

Belgium | Prototype 2008

Michaël  Bihain-WAW
photographer: Anthony Graci
Michaël  Bihain-WAW
photographer: Anthony Graci
Michaël  Bihain-WAW
photographer: Anthony Graci
WAW is the result of a reflection based on furniture being energy, where the absence of material may free us from all physical constraints: a move towards the 'no-furniture'.
The result is like the link of a DNA chain. Its pure and evident form can be used on its own or repeat itself indefinitely. One may, therefore, personally decide how to use it: as a coat-hanger, a spatial separator or even as a sculpture.
It is composed of a steel profile lacquered in white, black, orange or silver.

WAW may be used either inside or outside.

Materials: lacquered metal
Dimensions: H. 175 W.57

Michaël  Bihain-WAW
photographer: Anthony Graci
Michaël  Bihain-WAW
photographer: Anthony Graci
Michaël  Bihain-WAW
photographer: Anthony Graci
Michaël  Bihain-WAW
photographer: Anthony Graci