The idea behind this side table of spalted birch was to keep the natural aesthetics and accepting its imperfections in the spalted birch as natural as possible, inspired by the core values of the Japanese philosophy Wabi-Sabi. To see the beauty in the rawness, and the natural. The imperfections of asymmetry, cracks, weathering and decay. To appreciate the aesthetics value of the natural sour birch as a material in itself. A material that has a unique identity and history, created over several of years.
Photo: Adrian Pedersen