Copal Side Table

Brand: Ewe Studio
Designer: Ewe Studio

Dimensions: W31 D30 H62 CM

The COPAL table is part of the Syncretism Collection, which explores the convergence of contrasting ideas within the same space and time. Syncretism is the amalgamation of different religions, cultures, and thoughts. This collection celebrates traditional hand-carved techniques and embodies the rich heritage of skilled stonemasons, metalworkers, and woodworkers collaborating with EWE.

Just like the idea of syncretism, the objects within this collection are simultaneously functional and sculptural. The inspiration behind the COPAL table comes from the ritual elements found in Mexico, which have facilitated syncretic ideas across different cultures. Specifically, the table draws upon the concept of “COPALeras,” which are objects resembling censers or open cauldrons used to burn COPAL.

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EWE is a design studio based in Mexico City, devoted to the preservation and advancement of Mexico’s rich artisan heritage, while embracing new mediums and languages for the execution of limited-edition sculptural and functional objects. With a desire to reflect tradition as part of the natural flow of design, EWE praises diverse techniques, blends primitive roughness with pristine surfaces, and uses natural empathic materials that appeal to the senses. Mexican history is ... Read more Fill 1 Copy 7


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