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Design by David Rasmussen and Amee Hinkely.
Handcrafted in Colorado by David Rasmussen.
Playing off the natural occurrence of geological formations, the Lego Table is a geometrically-shaped small table that has been "split open" to reveal a multi-colored core. The top of the Lego Table is an acrylic painting that has been sanded and sealed for durability, like the polished core revealed when a geode is cracked open. The metal legs have been up-cycled from former school chairs.
Material(s): Wood, acrylic, metal
Dimensions: 20" Dia X 19" H
Designer: David Rasmussen
David Rasmussen was raised and educated in New England where he was exposed to the Northeast's rich culture of fine furniture making from a young age. Trained by furniture masters Wayne Marcoux and Dan Mosheim, he learned about different compositions and construction techniques which gave him a broader depth of cultural designs. Much of his work is inspired through Danish, Ming Dynasty and contemporary American studio furniture.
David focuses mainly on furniture and has traveled as lead-carpenter for the Vermont-based Forever Young Treehouses. His recent work focuses on what he thinks is relevant and thought provoking within the realm of modern culture and his design is a response to modern aesthetics. Working out of his studio in Carbondale, Colorado, David Rasmussen is one of just a handful of designers who actually handcrafts his own elegant and detailed work.
Manufacturer: David Rasmussen
David Rasmussen Design
Based in Carbondale, Colorado, David Rasmussen handcrafts his unique and unequalled pieces using time-honored joinery techniques. Inspired from an early age by the Northeast's rich culture of furniture making, David Rasmussen is driven by artistic design and aesthetic value. David Rasmussen Design is a response to modern aesthetics and resonates with iconic design.