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This work use electroplated stainless steel process, it is attached to a thin layer of wax on the surface, the user's touch of sweat, skin oils, scratches will leave traces on the surface and the trace will become a part of it, let it oxidised naturally, which will form the metal texture of the surface of it. Like the material that exists in nature, letting the outside world to create a connection with it, with the accumulation of time, this work has the breadth of time and marks as well, which is the state that the designer wants to express.


L1300 x W1300 x H200 / set (Including 8 pieces)



Care Instructions

1.In order to maintain the colour and gradual oxidation state of the metal, you need to regularly apply wax to the work for the maintenance, we recommend a 2-month cycle, you can use the common furniture protection wax on the market and soft texture of the cloth to wipe it.

2.The metal plating coating and wax coating on the surface of the work are resistant to the vast majority of alcoholic, juices, coffee, tea and other beverages. However, individual liquids with complex compositions and high oxidising PH acidity will cause damage to the plating coating when not handled promptly, resulting in the coating being irreparable, so please clean up promptly.



A series inspired by stories related to the architecture of China's borders, following on from the Chinese Architecture Memory series created in 2020.

When putting the coffee tables together, I like the form of their four enclosures and the form of vertical extension. The former is like the layout of a palace in traditional Chinese architecture, somewhat similar to the courtyard coffee tables I designed before, like a siege. The difference lies in the beveled and staggered design of each unit, which allows the coffee table to be permeable in the midst of the enclosure and to have the functionality of storing books, symbolizing the tradition of the established nature. The latter, on the other hand, is closer to the Great Wall, staggered and disjointed, like scattered bricks and stones in ruins,meaningless but stretching out to imagine boundaries, the opposite of the regular combination, symbolizing the possibilities of the future. 

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