Marc Fish twists furniture into artwork with Mollusque and Nautilus II


In my opinion, perfection always lies in the eyes of the beholder, for it is the individual vision that renders a work of art. The latest furniture line from Marc Fish furniture exemplifies the same thought in a refined manner. The first in the line is Mollusque- An oversized representation of displayed artifacts. Marc has developed a complex technique for achieving a double compound curved solid wood item and giving it an almost fictional persona.

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The Nautilus II on the other hand, is a large statement piece that exudes a hint of the sea. It is fabricated with a technique that requires 4000 pieces of veneer strips into a 10mm thick logarithmic spiral.
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Only 5 pieces of the Nautilus II are manufactured and each of them are unique in color and style.
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The Nautilus II furniture is priced at $74,500, while Mollusque retails for $59,500.
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