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Abie Abdillah

Lukis armchair signed by Indonesian Abie Abdillah is an encounter between centuries-old tradition of rattan processing and contemporary design. A new perspective on the handicraft culture from Southeast Asia that is showing signs of a renewed environmental awareness. As a matter of fact rattan can be harvested in a sustainable manner due to its rapid growth, all its parts can be utilized and the steam-bending process makes production environmentally friendly. While rattan defines the seat base and backrest of Lukisarmchair, its structure is made of rubber wood, a tropical hardwood obtained by rubber trees. The outcome is a furniture element intended for indoor spaces, handmade with strong stems woven together with such accuracy and attention to details that makes you think of a high-technology industrial product.

Lukis armchair signed by Indonesian Abie Abdillah is an encounter between centuries-old tradition of rattan processing and contemporary design. A new perspective on the handicraft culture from Southeast Asia that is showing signs of a renewed environmental awareness. As a matter of fact rattan can be harvested in a sustainable manner due to its rapid growth, all its parts can be utilized and the steam-bending process makes production environmentally friendly. While rattan defines the seat base and backrest of Lukisarmchair, its structure is made of rubber wood, a tropical hardwood obtained by rubber trees. The outcome is a furniture element intended for indoor spaces, handmade with strong stems woven together with such accuracy and attention to details that makes you think of a high-technology industrial product.

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Abie Abdillah
Abie Abdillah

Raised in Indonesia, Abie Abdillah is a young designer who focuses on the use of natural materials, in particular rattan.

For Abdillah, this medium epitomizes the meeting point between tradition and his ability to revolutionize his relationship with his origins and materials to find a fresh, contemporary vision.

As Abdillah explains: “The reason...