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Alexandre Chapelin Recreates The Sea Coral Using Resin in 'La Table'

 - Aug 23, 2016
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Alexandre Chapelin is a talented designer that recreates natural scenes from nature into functional furniture using resin materials, as seen in his latest work called 'La Table' that captures the essence of sea coral. The table is simultaneously both artwork and moveable for the home.

The table is fashioned out of stone and resin used to recreate the aesthetic of coral reef found by Chapelin's home in Saint Martin. The stone is used to replicate both the shape and color of the aquatic substance as it would look to someone staring down at the water from above. The stone captures the color and layer of the rock, while the resin replicates the blue of the sea water. The reef is suppose to look three dimensional and realistic at a miniature scale.