Carol Egan, ‘Sculptural Hand Carved Stool’, 2014, Design/Decorative Art, Ebonized mahogany, Maison Gerard
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Carol Egan

Sculptural Hand Carved Stool, 2014

Ebonized mahogany
18 × 22 × 15 in
45.7 × 55.9 × 38.1 cm
.
$26,000
Location
New York, New York
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Maison Gerard
New York, New York

This sculptural hand-carved stool is part of a line of contemporary furniture designed by blending …

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Robert Levin
Carol Egan
Irish, b. 1974
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Interior and furniture designer Carol Egan creates sleek contemporary sculpture and furniture, including shelves and tables carved from walnut, oak, and mahogany, often featuring single twists in their forms. Egan typically begins by modeling her designs using 3D-printing software, then handcrafts the pieces, showcasing her material’s natural grain. Of her use of 3D software she has said, “This extraordinary technology allows us to review and refine the design each step of the way. But what really excites me is when you combine this modern technology with traditional wood-carving.”

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New York, New York

This sculptural hand-carved stool is part of a line of contemporary furniture designed by blending digital technology with fine traditional craftsmanship. Carved of mahogany, the stool features two crisscrossing buttresses, which, twisting 180 degrees from top to bottom, engage in a dance that challenges our …

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Stamped by artist's estate, Stamped
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Robert Levin
Carol Egan
Irish, b. 1974
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Interior and furniture designer Carol Egan creates sleek contemporary sculpture and furniture, including shelves and tables carved from walnut, oak, and mahogany, often featuring single twists in their forms. Egan typically begins by modeling her designs using 3D-printing software, then handcrafts the pieces, showcasing her material’s natural grain. Of her use of 3D software she has said, “This extraordinary technology allows us to review and refine the design each step of the way. But what really excites me is when you combine this modern technology with traditional wood-carving.”

Carol Egan

Sculptural Hand Carved Stool, 2014

Ebonized mahogany
18 × 22 × 15 in
45.7 × 55.9 × 38.1 cm
.
$26,000
Location
New York, New York
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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