A raw and industrial work space | Arno Declercq

Last year I showed you the objects of Arno de Clerq in this blogpost Bespoke objects by Arno Declercq and in my home, you might also have spot some of his work recently at A quiet Reflection” an exhibition during Stockholm Design week. Yesterday he sent me the picture above, showing his future workspace in Zaventem. I thought it looks amazing and I loved to see one of his tables so beautiful styled in this raw environment, a good opportunity to show you more of his furniture collection.

The table above is the first table designed and made by hand out of solid pieces of Iroko wood. The wood has been treated by Japanese technics by burning, brushing and waxing. The table comes in two lengths 250 cm and 300 cm long and 105 cm wide with a top finish of 3 mm burned black steel. More furniture and objects here at Arno Declercq


Stool – coffee tables
A D Stool – bench, handmade in burned steel and spread out by hand mat black rubber seating.


object by Arno pictured by Only Deco love