Hook by Line Depping. A strip of ash is folded to form a hook, using the natural tension of the wood. Contribution to Mindcraft 12. Photo Credit: Jeppe Gudmundsen-Holmgreen.
Hook by Line Depping. Process work for a folded hook in ash wood. Contribution to Mindcraft 12. Photo Credit: Mindcraft.
ToolBoxes by Line Depping. Solid ash trays with a gradient of yellow pigment, sitting within a steel structure. Contribution to Mindcraft 11. Photo Credit: A. Petersen.
Fan by Line Depping. Production of the wall sculpture Fan, made from Oregon pine wood. Produced for Galerie Mette Wettergren. Photo Credit : Line Depping.
Arc Chair by Depping and Jørgensen for TAKT. A knock down chair that focuses on the detailing of a deformed steel tube where the various components meet. Photo Credit : TAKT.
Clothes Rack by Line Depping. Steamed ash wood clothes rack assembled by attaching similar elements together. Contribution to Mindcraft 14. Photo Credit: Jeppe Gudmundsen-Holmgreen.
Oryoki Bowls by Depping and Jørgensen. A series of bowls made from Japanese elm and traditional urushi. Made in Japan by Takehito Nagajima. Photo Credit: Line Depping.
Oryoki Bowls by Depping and Jørgensen. A set of Oryoki Bowls in the workshop of Japanese woodturner Takehito Nagajima. Photo Credit: Line Depping.