Oak stool with “quercus robur ”seat and spike acacia legs. The spike acacia is a wood native to north america that grows wild in galicia. This wood is especially complicated to work because of its knots, so its application to the legs, respecting the nature of the material, is a true success for the carpenter.
The design processes of the galician craftsman agustín soage are often conditioned by the use of remains of noble woods that in the vast majority of carpentry would be used for firewood or simply discarded. Thus, each piece is unique and values the beauty, nobility and quality of the materials that reach the author’s workshop.
|Dimensions||48 × 40 × 30 cm|
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