The Ratio table investigates the limit to how thin and delicate massive wood can become. I strive to express how thin lines can create a spatial form. The table is made out of very thin fillets supporting a glass plate. The fillets are proportioned according to The Golden Ratio. The rectangle plays with the relation to the square and displaces both scale and direction.
Materials: Padauk wood (recycled) and glass
Dimensions: 570 x 350 x 350 mm
To me REFORM is an approach to furniture design where the sculptural quality of the furniture has great significance.
Rasmus Fenhann is a cabinet maker and furniture designer, educated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts as well as from Japan, where he studied traditional handcraft. Since his graduation he has produced furniture for exhibitions every year, and since 2010 he has collaborated with Galerie Maria Wettergren in Paris.
Fenhann’s method is based on handcraft, and he has his own workshop. His work is the result of the creation of hand, mind and modern technology.