Monday, May 11, 2015

Alcarol's Beautiful use of Resin Casting for Furniture

Alcarol is a design and fabrication studio which is doing amazing work with resin casting to preserve unique features in wood in stone.  

close up of marble ways table with resing top
Marble ways table is made by using the sacrifical table from stone cutting.  When the table bed is too marred from cutting it is replaced.  Acarol is casting these slabs into beautiful tables, preserving the natural kerf marks as well as the stone and sawdust in the process.  (via Core 77)

This video from Vimeo shows the entire process.

Marble Ways from alcarol on Vimeo.


 Fisheye are made from the columns from the canals of Venice which are eaten by worms
closeup of fisheye table pole with resin surrounding the pole
Undergrowth captures the moss and lichens which grow naturally on the trees and are encapsulated to form the edge of shelves.
closeup of undergrowth edge with moss encapsulated in resin


three shelves with the edges encapsulated with resin and moss

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