SILMO 2021 - CONCEPT MOHO
The Andrija Mohorovičić discontinuity, abbreviated Moho, is in geology the border between the Earth's crust and the upper mantle. It is a physico-chemical discontinuity and thus marks a structural change.
This discontinuity was first detected in Croatia in 1909 by Andreija Mohorovičić, who gave it his name.
Clément Lunetier uses this symbolism to give a new dimension to the object. Discontinuity of heights, shapes, materials and textures, this apparently simple creation reveals a structure as complex as equilibrate.
The Clément workshops have managed to make the quintessence of the materials used, wood, bio-acetate and melamine, thanks to the expertise of its artisans. The manufacture of this collection calls for numerous manual operations but also the latest technologies such as 3D printing. The result is a unique object, influenced by the Clément Lunetier character, and 100% French.
Materials : Textured Melamine / Walnut / Cherry / Bio Acetate M49
Fabrication : Ateliers Clément Lunetier / Strasbourg
Design et conception : Ben.D
COL: 1C / 26C – NM