The creative process for the eclectic INKRU artwork stems from journeying through the fascinating history of furniture craft. The distinctive patterns correspond with the delicate styles of Rococo and Chippendale. Cabriole brass legs marked with floral themes became an inspiration for re-interpreting their form in the shape of geometrical surface patterns. The effect is a harmonic composition, accentuating the transition between the old and the new.

 

 

The line of modern furniture gathers inspiration from the heritage of previous art periods as well. The idea for geometrical titanium legs originates from the distinct diamont cut rustication of the Renaissance. The reference to metallic modules used in modern-style elevations is also present.

 

 

Each INKRU piece is unique, stamped on the underside and fitted with tags documenting its distinct history.

 

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