Artistic interpretation: Insidherland’s Pianist table

The table references Paul Klee’s drawing in the eight inlaid brass “fingers” projecting forth within the alabaster marble.

Insidherland’s Pianist table—ideal for lobbies or casual bar spaces—is crafted using Estremoz marble and brass.

The piece was inspired by Paul Klee’s “Pianist,” one of the Swiss artist’s 24 drawings of musicians who, having lost their instruments, continue to play music using their own bodies. The Pianist table references Klee’s drawing in the eight inlaid brass “fingers” projecting forth within the alabaster marble just as a pianist’s digits dance atop the black keys of the instrument.

Options for the table include alternative marbles as well as choice of base in polished, brushed, oxidized brushed or aged brushed brass, copper or steel.

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