Art Furniture: “One Drop” Table By Abdo El Moudawar

One drop table is a piece of art furniture designed by Abdo El Moudawar and that was recently exhibited at Beirut Design Week.

Independent Beirut, an eclectic collection of furniture, lighting, and ceramics by emerging Lebanese designers was presented at the show.

One drop table is a piece of art furniture designed by Abdo El Moudawar and that was recently exhibited at Beirut Design Week.

“One Drop” table is part of an exclusive collection called “900 °C”, conceived originally for an interior design project in 2017, the name represents the melting point of brass, which is the main material for this collection. This year the piece turned a limited edition exclusively for Adorno. The table is handmade, starting with the mold to brass casting and finishing can be dismantled into 3 pieces with seamless joints.
The table is finished with a mirror shine polish that requires some regular soft polishing after purchase.

This is the result of a partnership with Adorno and Fabraca Studios.

See also Art furniture: Reinier Bosch melting furniture HERE!

One drop table is a piece of art furniture designed by Abdo El Moudawar and that was recently exhibited at Beirut Design Week.
Photo by Taim Karesly

The Independent Beirut exhibition looks steadfastly to the future shining a spotlight on emerging regional designers whose work captures the character, scope and creative spirit of modern Lebanon, just like this table. Conceived from BDW’s inception as a platform for independent creatives to reach a wider audience, this year’s show is a collaboration between Danish online digital gallery and sales platform Adorno and local manufacturing company Fabraca Studios.

Adorno’s first collection of design devoted to Beirut, the 12th global city to be represented, on sale now through its website.

Abdo El Moudawar is graduated from the Lebanese University of fine arts with a double major in interior and set design. “Driven by my passion for fine arts and  20 years of work experience, i always try to blur the lines in my designs between art and functionality to transform spaces into livable artworks.” – he states.

See also Ammann Gallery: Art furniture by Wolfs + Jung HERE!

 

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