In 2009, award-winning Belgian designer Michaël Verheyden introduced a small range of homewares to his popular accessory line. Having worked his way through various fashion and design careers including a stint modelling for Raf Simons, the Genk native turned his attention to the items which surround us, channeling his talents into a more universal form. A move which brought with it much acclaim, these functional pieces with a sculptural quality saw stockists and galleries worldwide eager to showcase his work. A warm, organic approach to minimalist objects, centered around marble, brass, wood and copper, Verheyden allows their natural qualities to dominate, harnessing them in his precisely cut forms. Bowls, trays, jars and various other vessels make up an elegant, classical range, the perfect balance of raw and manmade. Find the range at March.
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