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Rasmus Fenhann

Rasmus Fenhann, Kubo, 2007. (43 x 43 x 43 cm. Limited edition of 16)



“Danish designer and master cabinet maker, Rasmus Fenhann, designed the ‘Kubo’ tables in 2007 for an exhibition at the Designmuseum Danmark. ‘Kubo’ is inspired by the Polyhedra geometry and the Leonardo Polyhedra, as appeared in the Divina Proportione by Luca Pacioli (1509, Venise). The geometric principle is overall present in Fenhann’s work. These sculptural tables may be combined in various ways to form bigger structures, or they can work separately as small side tables.

Indeed, Japanese Zen cabinetmaking, computer technology and artistic originality come together in a harmonious whole in Rasmus Fenhann’s furniture. Creating pieces with an equal focus on sculptural and functional qualities, Rasmus Fenhann works almost exclusively with wood, which he carefully selects for each project. His process combines traditional and sometimes near-forgotten craft techniques with advanced technology and tooling. Fenhann’s main source of inspiration is traditional Japanese woodwork and Danish cabinetmaking, with his works often incorporating personal interpretations of select aspects of these craft traditions. His intimate relationship with Japanese cabinetmaking is central to his practice. “It has to do with the ability to zoom in infinitely”, he says. Like the Japanese shokunin artisan, Fenhann tolerates no flaws, however tiny. Time is a crucial factor, and repetition ad infinitum is expected until perfection has been attained. His work is also stimulated by nature and the mathematical properties of natural forms – universal forms unaffected by human control.”

Rasmus Fenhann


Rasmus Fenhann is considered as one of the most important Scandinavian designers today in the field of handmade art design. He has a double education from the Danish Royal Academy of Art and Design, Furniture Department 1997-2003, and as a Cabinetmaker 1991-1996. He has frequently exhibited in Japan, Europe and in the United States, and his works are part of important private and public collections including the permanent collection of the Designmuseum Danmark, Copenhagen, Denmark. Rasmus Fenhann has received several Prizes and awards such as the Danish Arts and Crafts Silver Medal, 2004; the Finn Juhl Prize, 2016 and most recently, the Inga & Ejvind Kold Christensen Prize in 2022.

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    Glass, Wood

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    49.0 x 41.0 x 94.0 cm (19.3 x 16.1 x 37.0 in)

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