Unsighted Table 2 BY Bahraini—Danish
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Unsighted Table 2
Bahraini Danish create a series of five individual coffee and side tables, made of Giallo Avorio Marble, in varying dimensions. Each table is a rectangle with a cut side which can be put against any wall in any room, making the table stand out into the space. With all cut sides aligned to an invisible rectangle, they inscribe a space within the space and make up a group of familiar objects with an implicit logic. This project was produced with the generous support of Casone Group.
in / 16H x 7W x 23L
cm / 40H x 17W x 57L
‘bahraini—danish’ is an establishment using cultural differences, both social and professional, as a means to create. Through dialogue and by vote, architects Batool Alshaikh, Maitham Almubarak, and Christian Vennerstrøm Jensen, work their way, furniture by furniture, towards finding a new common order. Having arrived at an opening between two realities, familiar things tend to appear differently in this new, unfolding landscape.
The establishment is conceiving new ideas through their discoveries of artisans and materials available, exploring local opportunities to create. Often creating objects which can simply be de-assembled, they always want to incorporate an architectural dimension, given their furniture is secretly a placeholder for their desire to make actual architecture. Their work has been presented around the Gulf end in Europe and continues to radiate from A’ali and Copenhagen into the world. ‘bahraini—danish’ was established in Bahrain in 2016 and is named after the many historical encounters between Denmark and Bahrain especially in archaeology, architecture and dairy production.
Christian Vennerstrøm Jensen (b. August 1988) graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen in 2015. He worked for Studio Anne Holtrop in Bahrain from 2015 to 2018.
Batool Alshaikh (b. August 1991) graduated from the University of Bahrain, Architecture. Sakhir, Bahrain in 2015. She continues her practice while also working for the Bahrain Authority of Culture and Antiquities.
Maitham Almubarak (b. February 1992) graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design, Architecture. Savannah, GA, USA in 2014. He works for Studio Anne Holtrop in Bahrain.