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The Making of a Troels Flensted poured piece

By Maison Numen

Troels Flensted graduated from Central Saint Martins in London in 2014, and moved back to his native Copenhagen to setup his experimental design studio in Denmark. Here is where he makes, with one assistant, his award winning poured bowls. These pieces are  made  from  mineral powder  and  water-based  acrylic polymer, Flensted adds drops of pigment to this mix,  creating patterns that are unpredictable, don’t miss the hypnotizing process in the video above.

At Maison Numen we are fascinated by each bowl we get from Troels Flensted, not one piece looks like the other, making each one completely unique. Flensted’s work is often minimalistic in its shape, so these organic weaves make a beautiful contrast with the clean lines of each plate.

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