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Zeno Aerts

Present as a part of the school group of Mechelen-based Thomas More University, Zeno Aerts made a lightweight sitting sculpture named Konkreet and at the same time the school group stand won the price...
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Present as a part of the school group of Mechelen-based Thomas More University, Zeno Aerts made a lightweight sitting sculpture named Konkreet and at the same time the school group stand won the price for best education during DMY Furniture Fair in Berlin. The base of Konkreet contains a dynamic tilting element, which enhances the ergonomic qualities of the piece.

Photos: Isabel Rottiers

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