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Sun and Moon Marble and Brass by Lara Bohinc

Customization Options Can be made to be Gold-Plated
Period New
Dimensions
W. 47.24 in; H. 17.32 in; Diam. 27.55 in;
W. 119.99 cm; H. 43.99 cm; Diam. 69.98 cm;
Creation Date 2016
Description "Sun and moon" is a coffee table, designed by Lara Bohinc and manufactured by Lapicida, featuring marbles such as Verde Guatemala, Picasso, Calacatta, Red Wine, Nero Marquina and Monclair, framed by solid brushed brass or 22-carat gold-plated steel rims.
Indoor use only.

DIMENSIONS:
D. 27.55", W. 47.24", H. 17.32"

The "Lunar collection" introduces the Half Moon dining table, the Sun and Moon coffee table and the Full Moon side table. Discs echoing planetary forms are bisected or overlaid to create surface patterns and structural elements, forming dynamically-poised bases and tops.

Ancient stone marquetry work such as Pietra Dura and Opus Sectile is closely related to the jeweler’s art of marrying contrasting stones into a perfect whole, underlining Lara Bohinc's own design vocabulary. The juxtapositioning of charismatic marbles including Persian Gold, Verde Guatemala, Red Wine and black and gold picks up another of Bohinc’s central inspirations for this collection: the historic buildings of Venice, where complex marble inlay has been a decorative art for centuries.


LARA BOHINC, born in Slovenia, has been devoted to fashion, jewellery, design and architecture from an early age. She moved to London in 1996 to study jewelry and metalwork at the Royal College of Art. The following year, she debuted her collection at London Fashion Week, won the New Generation Design Award and began a series of collaborations with fashion big-timers such as Gucci, Costume National, Lanvin, Exte, Guy Laroche, Marcus Lupfer and Julien McDonald, and is a freelance consultant for Cartier International.

Lara Bohinc was nominated for Accessory Designer of the Year Award by the British Fashion Council in 2008, and awarded Jewellery Designer of the Year by Elle Style Awards in February 2009. While retaining a deep respect for the traditional principles of her craft, she has drawn on her familiarity with Industrial techniques and materials to revitalize her pieces of design. Harnessing such technological processes as photo-etching, laser-cutting and computer design, she has fused modernity of style with classical design to achieve a contemporary yet timeless elegance.
Styles / Movements Bespoke, Contemporary
Incollect Reference Number 230444
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