I only use real wood, not its imitation such as MDF panels or plywood covered with veneer or varnish.
My current collection is made of oak wood, which is very valuable and precious material in carpentry. It is not only beautiful, but also durable so it allows to create very lasting and solid furniture. Some models of small coffee tables can weigh even up to a few dozen kilos.
Every tree or even plank has a unique layout, arrangement and color of wood grain. This ensures that every piece of the coffee table is unique and one of its kind. Trademark with a serial number burnt underneath the table top additionally underlines its individual character.
For finishing the wood I use only products containing natural blend of plant oils. The surface of the furniture protected this way highlights the structure of wood bringing out its natural and unique beauty. Oil film, in contrast to paint, do not form a barrier on the wood surface, which separates us from contact with the material. Periodical furniture with a cloth soaked allows you to enjoy it for many years. Oiled coating in contract to varnish do not form a barrier on the wood surface, that separates us from the natural material. Periodically treating the furniture with a cloth soaked with oil will allow you to enjoy your furniture for a long time.
For the tables with glass pane I use tempered safety glass. Tempering this material greatly improves its toughness and resistance to breakage. Additionally, in the case of breaking , the glass shatters into millimeter pieces that are much more safer than large shards of unhardened glass.
How the furniture is made?
I am inspired by the nature, I love the complexity of the forms while still striving for the easiest solutions. In my projects I have been trying to follow the same rules.
Every inspiration or vision of the furniture is analyzed in terms of feasibility and functionality. This process is the way from an idea to concrete decisions on the selection of materials, method of manufacturing and finishing.
This is the moment when raw block of wood is changed into shapely piece of furniture. The wood gains new life becoming the object, which may serve us through many generations.
The surface of the furniture is manually grinded several times in a row. I achieve the appropriate smoothness by always using the most accurate tool made for this purpose – my own hands.
Every piece of furniture has a trademark and an individual number burned out.
The Finishing touch.
The culmination and the greatest moment of the whole process of creating the piece of furniture. At this stage, the wood is covered with several layers of special British and Danish oil. Using the highest quality blend of plant oils allows to protect wood against moisture, as well as to bring out its natural beauty. My furniture are oiled on the entire surface, not only on the most visible one.