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The inspiration behind Tim Vranken's Ater and Arcus

In his Ater and Arcus collection Belgian designer Tim Vranken introduces a blend of history and modernity. The furniture lines fuse ancient inspirations with contemporary design, showcasing the designers craftsmanship and material explorations.

Ater table by Tim Vranken. Photo: Objects With Narratives

The Ater series draws inspiration from Aztec influences, featuring the use of 'Shou Sugi Ban' technique and the use of Yellow Pine. The collection consists of a dining table, coffee table and pied de stalle. The unconventional construction of the pieces, adds modernity and encourages a dialogue between eras.

Arcus coffee table by Tim Vranken. Photo: Galerie Philia

The Arcus collection, features a coffee table, stool, table and bench in American walnut and Travertino Classico Romano. Reflecting Roman architectural influences, these pieces play with geometry and resemble refined versions of ancient temples. The use of materials adds contrast to each creation, which creates visual allure and distinctiveness.

Vranken's designs combine craftsmanship and storytelling, offering a modern interpretation of history. With attention to materials, construction, and form, his furniture pieces become windows into the past.


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