Ausgebrannt stools by Kaspar Hamacher

September 20th, 2011 by retail design blog

Belgian designer Kaspar Hamacher has produced a series of low stools / tables made from tree trunks which have been formed by use of fire. Fittingly named ‘ausgebrannt’ which means ‘burned out’ in German, a tree trunk has been cut into segments varying in length. All the bark is stripped from the exterior and fire is then used to hollow out parts of the trunk to create legs.

“Kaspar Hamacher loves wood and his chain saw.” : )



























http://www.kasparhamacher.be/
http://blog.gessato.com/2011/03/07/kaspar-hamacher-ausgebrannt/

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