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Bodega Rectangular Coffee TableBy Joel Escalona

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US$ 4,410


This artwork was last updated 109 days ago.


Material: Wood

Dimensions: 35cm (H) x 150cm (W) x 95cm (D) / 13.8" (H) x 59.1" (W) x 37.4" (D)

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This item has a production lead time of 8 weeks.


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Artist Statement

Bodega Auxiliar Table is a furniture piece that by its material and finish simulates the three- dimensional sensation generated by one surface flying over another. Where darkness dominates light dramatic and expressive creations are generated.

Joel Escalona, one of the most prolific and multidisciplinary designers of his generation, has worked on a set of projects ranging from product design, furniture and jewelry, to consulting, creative direction and collectible design pieces for galleries. His work has been exhibited in the most important capitals of the world in the most relevant events in the design and art world, like the Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano and Design Miami/Basel.

Joel’s work translates to much more than an extensive portfolio: it’s the materialization of the world that surrounds him, a reflection of himself.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1986
Hometown: Mexico City
Based in: Mexico City

Joel Escalona is a multi-talented artist and designer who blends technology, art, and philosophy in his work. With a background in industrial design and experience in teaching, creative direction, and business consulting, he has a unique perspective on creating innovative products and designs.

Joel has worked with global brands such as …


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