A TULIP FOR YOUR VASE FROM SERIES ‘TRILIP’ BY LMBRJK
Jon Kleinhample is in part an acrobat of contemporary architecture and in part a kind of lumberjack who loves working freshly cut wood by hand. After studying in the city of dreams by definition, Los Angeles, and following his work experience at Asymptote (NY) and Barkow Leibinger (Berlin), Jon founded studio LMBRJK in Brussels.
This is where his conceptual objects take shape, defined by the same designer as digital woodworks. Like in series “Trilip”, composed of vases designed by individual layers with computer graphics software, that are then cut by an 80 watt laser machine, assembled and smoothed down entirely by hand.