Dumbung-jucho by Myungtaek Jung

Object  /  Organic
Selected Finalist at the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize 2022.

Dumbung-jucho refers to a technical term in Korean architecture for creating foundations in which wooden columns are placed on flat cornerstones. For this piece of furniture, Jung has reinterpreted the cornerstone as support for sitting. Created in two parts, the first is cast in bronze and connected to a stainless-steel base using rivets and the second is a stool created from natural stone, ground flat to steady it and chamfered to reduce its weight.
Myungtaek Jung
Bronze, stainless steel, rivets, stone.
117 x 59 x 38 cm

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