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  • Daisy Coffee Table By Manulution
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    Daisy Coffee Table By Manulution
    The inspiration for this product was found in nature and turned into an abstract form through design. Daisy is an attempt in re-birth of handcrafts and an awakening of interest in modern, hand-made products. It is not a coincidence that this piece was designed for Rukotvorine (Manulution's parent company), which in Bosnia symbolizes the tradition of woodcarving and local heirloom furniture. A beautiful, flower shaped table top features hand-carved edges and hand-carved flowers. The Daisy Coffee Table is made in sustainably harvested wood and finished using eco-friendly Danish oil. This table is a part of the Daisy Collection, which also includes: Daisy Chair , Daisy Dining Table and Daisy Side Table. Manulution buys walnut and cherry logs from private orchards throughout Bosnia. These are trunks of old trees, which are cut when their productive life of fruit bearing is over and need to be replaced by new ones. They are bought directly from villagers, often in very small quantities, whenever it is offered. Other hardwoods (i.e. maple, oak, elm, and ash) are sourced from public forestry companies, the management of which has vastly improved in recent years. The forest certification process has started and several forests are FSC certified. There is also concrete evidence that forests are exploited sustainably. A recent forestry inventory (financed and supported by the World Bank) has shown that Bosnia's forest volume has increased significantly since the last inventory was conducted in 1960s. In fact, the study indicated that Bosnia, ostensibly, has more trees per capita than any country in Europe or Central Asia.
  • Umbra Coffee Table By Manulution
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    Umbra Coffee Table By Manulution
    The top of the Umbra Coffee Table is constructed by joining together tiny "Penrose Prototiles" in solid walnut, named after Sir. Roger Penrose, a famous British mathematician who first investigated them in 1970s. The prototiles have remarkable geometric and visual properties. For one, they are aperiodic, meaning that a shifted copy of the original set of prototiles will never look the same. The pattern does not repeat! The designer joined the prototiles in the table top in a way to create an abstract tree shade. The Umbra table is made of small pieces of walnut wood, left over in furniture production. A walnut tree needs 80 to 100 years to grow. It is beautiful in it's natural state, and every little part is valuable. What will otherwise be a waste in production process is used to make this table. Umbra Coffee Table was awarded the Interior Innovation Award in 2012. Manulution buys walnut and cherry logs from private orchards throughout Bosnia. These are trunks of old trees, which are cut when their productive life of fruit bearing is over and need to be replaced by new ones. They are bought directly from villagers, often in very small quantities, whenever it is offered. Other hardwoods (i.e. maple, oak, elm, and ash) are sourced from public forestry companies, the management of which has vastly improved in recent years. The forest certification process has started and several forests are FSC certified. There is also concrete evidence that forests are exploited sustainably. A recent forestry inventory (financed and supported by the World Bank) has shown that Bosnia's forest volume has increased significantly since the last inventory was conducted in 1960s. In fact, the study indicated that Bosnia, ostensibly, has more trees per capita than any country in Europe or Central Asia.
  • Petal Side Table By Manulution
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    Petal Side Table By Manulution
    The Petal Lounge Table in solid wood is representative of the design direction of Rukotvorine, a Bosnian handicraft workshop for which it has been designed: transformation of tradition and craftsmanship into products of modern design through an abstract process and innovative carving techniques. The Petal Table is perfect as a coffee table, but also as a side table. The petals can rotate enabling infinite transformations of the Table's shape, with more or fewer petals. Patterns and plays of light are created. In this way, the table's construction combines a graceful appearance with a high degree of stability. Crafted in solid European wood and finished in eco-friendly Danish oil. Manulution buys walnut and cherry logs from private orchards throughout Bosnia. These are trunks of old trees, which are cut when their productive life of fruit bearing is over and need to be replaced by new ones. They are bought directly from villagers, often in very small quantities, whenever it is offered. Other hardwoods (i.e. maple, oak, elm, and ash) are sourced from public forestry companies, the management of which has vastly improved in recent years. The forest certification process has started and several forests are FSC certified. There is also concrete evidence that forests are exploited sustainably. A recent forestry inventory (financed and supported by the World Bank) has shown that Bosnia's forest volume has increased significantly since the last inventory was conducted in 1960s. In fact, the study indicated that Bosnia, ostensibly, has more trees per capita than any country in Europe or Central Asia.
  • Daisy Side Table By Manulution
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    Daisy Side Table By Manulution
    This beautiful small table can be used as a coffee table or a side table. The inspiration for this product was found in nature and turned into an abstract form through design. Daisy is an attempt in re-birth of handcrafts and an awakening of interest in modern, hand-made products. It is not a coincidence that this piece was designed for Rukotvorine (Manulution's parent company), which in Bosnia symbolizes the tradition of woodcarving and local heirloom furniture. The top of the Daisy Side Table is made in sustainably harvested wood finished using eco-friendly Danish Oil. It features hand-carved edges. Daisy Side Table is a part of the Daisy Collection, which also includes: Daisy Chair , Daisy Dining Table , Daisy Coffee Table. Manulution buys walnut and cherry logs from private orchards throughout Bosnia. These are trunks of old trees, which are cut when their productive life of fruit bearing is over and need to be replaced by new ones. They are bought directly from villagers, often in very small quantities, whenever it is offered. Other hardwoods (i.e. maple, oak, elm, and ash) are sourced from public forestry companies, the management of which has vastly improved in recent years. The forest certification process has started and several forests are FSC certified. There is also concrete evidence that forests are exploited sustainably. A recent forestry inventory (financed and supported by the World Bank) has shown that Bosnia's forest volume has increased significantly since the last inventory was conducted in 1960s. In fact, the study indicated that Bosnia, ostensibly, has more trees per capita than any country in Europe or Central Asia.
  • Umbra Side Table By Manulution
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    Umbra Side Table By Manulution
    The top of the Umbra Side Table is constructed by joining together tiny "Penrose Prototiles" in solid walnut, named after Sir. Roger Penrose, a famous British mathematician who first investigated them in 1970s. The designer joined the prototiles in the table top in a way to create an abstract tree shade. Umbra table is made of small pieces of walnut wood, left over in furniture production. A walnut tree needs 80 to 100 years to grow. It is beautiful in its natural state and every little part is valuable. What will otherwise be a waste in production process is used to make this table. Umbra Table was awarded the Interior Innovation Award in 2012. Manulution buys walnut and cherry logs from private orchards throughout Bosnia. These are trunks of old trees, which are cut when their productive life of fruit bearing is over and need to be replaced by new ones. They are bought directly from villagers, often in very small quantities, whenever it is offered. Other hardwoods (i.e. maple, oak, elm, and ash) are sourced from public forestry companies, the management of which has vastly improved in recent years. The forest certification process has started and several forests are FSC certified. There is also concrete evidence that forests are exploited sustainably. A recent forestry inventory (financed and supported by the World Bank) has shown that Bosnia's forest volume has increased significantly since the last inventory was conducted in 1960s. In fact, the study indicated that Bosnia, ostensibly, has more trees per capita than any country in Europe or Central Asia.
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