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Discover the Best Console Tables by Chris Schanck

Inspired by the top designer Chris Schanck, in this article you’ll find a small brief about the story of this top designer that with an exclusive design is producing some of the best modern furniture on console tables and contemporary furniture.

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Chris Schanck is a Detroit-based designer that grew up in Pittsburgh and Dallas. Started to work on furniture design during his master’s in design from Cranbrook, and then set up his studio in Detroit in, first working out of his home.

But Chris Schanck is not interested in materials traditionally associated with luxury, in mass production or standards of perfection. His viewpoint is on display in “unhomely”.

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Chris Schanck embraces contradiction in his work, finding a comfortable place between the distinctions of dilapidation and assemblage, collective and individual, industrial and handcraft, romanticism and cynicism.

His efforts deviate from the mass-produced, instead reviving mundane materials by transforming them into unique objects of uncommon luxury. Schanck received a B.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts in Sculpture and an M.F.A in Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art. In 2011.

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Among his best-known works are those that comprise his ALUfoil series, in which industrial and discarded materials are covered in aluminum foil, and then sealed with resin. Schanck has already produced commissioned works for Tom Ford, Christian Dior, Tom Ford and Peter Marino.

When asked about his design process during an interview to Interior Design, Chris Schanck answered:

“I always begin with sketching. The first step is to find the spirit of the piece—quick, iterative drawings allow me to explore form and idea without worrying too much about practical constraints. Next, I’ll make maquettes in paper, wood, or any quick and dirty materials, and then a full-scale mock-up before building the permanent bones of a piece. I never know exactly what the final form will take.”

Don’t lose sight on this top interior design producer.

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Source: Interior Design