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Formobile by Peer Clahsen

  • Formobile von Peer Clahsen. Holzobjekt Nussbaum
  • Formobile von Peer Clahsen. Holzobjekt Nussbaum
  • Formobile von Peer Clahsen. Holzobjekt Nussbaum
  • Formobile von Peer Clahsen. Holzobjekt Nussbaum
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Formobile by Peer Clahsen

149.00 

The Formobile is a beautiful sculpture and the square of every form is equal to each other. It is made from the finest walnut and is oiled to bring out the beauty of the wood. Formobile is limited on 199 pcs. It will be signed and numbered by Peer Clahsen.

Limited Edition Tribute To Peer Clahsen / Available in May 2018

We introduce the Formobile More…

Limited Edition Tribute To Peer Clahsen / Available in May 2018

We introduce the Formobile to honor Peer Clahsen – Designer of Diamant, Cubicus, Cella, just to name a few of his toy designs.  We are offering our customers the opportunity to pre-order this limited edition piece.  There will only be 199 created.

Peer Clahsen will be 80 years old this year. The Formobile is a beautiful sculpture and the square of every form is equal to each other. It is made from the finest walnut and is oiled to bring out the beauty of the wood. It will arrive in a beautiful cardboard packaging, with an informational booklet and will be numbered and signed by Peer Clahsen.

Formobile will be available in May 2018.

About Peer Clahsen

Born in 1938 in Flintbek / Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; apprenticeship as an artisan; 1955-1959 trained at the Muthesius School of Applied Arts in Kiel; freelance artist, art educator, lyric poet and performance artist; numerous exhibitions and publications; met Kurt Naef in 1967, which led to an intensive and successful collaboration; lives and works in the southern Black Forest, in Schopfheim.

 

designer

  • Peer Clahsen

Size

  • 35 x 20 x 6 cm

Article number:

2018

Suitable for following age categories:

  • Neutral

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