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Aemula trestle | Image courtesy of Francois X Delahaut

Aemula trestle

Jun 18 2012, 8:30 am 0 Marco Russo

The concrete and geometrical joint between two materials that are poles apart, natural pine wood, which comprises two rectangular frames, and a molded composite chemical resin: three simple pieces that give life to “æmula”, an elegant trestle with minimal design, a highly versatile solution created by Belgian studio Francois X Delahaut.

Designer: Francois X Delahaut

Tags: creative design designer furniture geometric inspiration table wood

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