Pilotis Low Table (Chalk)

Malgorzata Bany
£10,550
Pilotis Low Table was inspired by chabudai, a short-legged table commonly found in Japanese homes. As well as drawing inspiration from the look of the chabudai, Malgorzata was also influenced by the ceremonial and multifunctional nature of the table, which is often the centerpiece which family life revolves around. Due to the hand-cast manufacture of these pieces, there may be slight variation in the tone and finish of the Jesmonite.
Pilotis Low Table by Malgorzata Bany is a multifunctional statement piece crafted from Jesmonite. The latest addition to the Pilotis range, this six-legged table encompasses the clean aesthetic of this collection.
Material: Satin-finish jesmonite - a gypsum based resin.
Dimensions: Height: 40cm Length: 140cm Width: 140cm
Care Instructions: Wipe with damp, lint-free cloth.
Made to order (10-12 Weeks)

Process

Taking inspiration from architecture and the natural world, Malgorzata employs moulding techniques to create hand-carved forms to create her pieces. Jesmonite in subtle shades and textures is poured into moulds to produce pieces that balance the organic and restrained. With subtle colours and tones being so crucial to her work, Malgorzata has developed her own colour palette featuring atonal hues that complement and do not distract from the sculptural forms. Due to the hand-cast manufacture of these pieces, there may be slight variation in the tone and finish of the Jesmonite.
Pilotis Low Table (Chalk)
The Maker Malgorzata Bany Multi-Disciplinary Designer - South East England

Malgorzata Bany is an artist and designer specialising in Jesmonite based in London. Working across a wide range of disciplines including sculpture, furniture and homewares her work adheres to the principles of sensuality, tactility and minimalism. Malgorzata’s work has frequently been described as blurring the lines between art and design. Having completed her MA at The Slade School of Fine Art, Malgorzata Bany continues to work in association with the university to develop her own pigments and research materials.