Contemporary manufacturing often strips all of the character out of every objects produced, yet the Fabrica Features' Objet Prefere exhibit is proud to unveil a line of furnishings with little quirks that go a long way.
Quite literally, the defining attributes of these wooden pieces exist in the exaggerated elongation of some of their vertical and horizontal elements. Shelves and storage systems extend a great distance across walls, while tables show off a little leg and a lengthy unsupported surface. Chair backs connect with wide arches, and sidebars sit upon spindly stilts.
Each of the unique items within the Fabrica Features' Objet Préféré showcase at Belgium's Grand-Hornu reveal a lighthearted elegance and lumber material sincerity, accented with clever details and feet painted in deep black pigments.