Nik Aelbrecht (1990) is trained as an architect, but operates as a designer.
Challenging conventional typologies, traditional production processes, balance and structure of objects, he formulates designs that are seemingly effortless, but profoundly complex. Table T seems to challenge the tipping point, floating between eternal equilibrium and constant collapse. Shifted table-legs smoothly question conventional furniture vocabulary while a sensual play of lines, details and shadows suggest this table belongs in the dining room of a large marble-coated mansion. Open corners invite people to take place.
Text: Bruno Ronsmans