Charlotte Anne Declercq

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Antwerp, Belgium

Charlotte Anne Declercq is a multidisciplinary design artist based in Antwerp, Belgium. Reflecting on materiality and languages of form, she aims for refined sensuality in objects seeking to weave her creations into an emotional bond with their user. Charlotte Anne’s work is based on thoughtful juxtapositions of colors, textures and volumes. With great sobriety, her design tends towards a refined outline where the structure is always left visible. The patina work reveals the texture of the chosen material thus highlighted in its simplest element.

HARARA

Natural-looking materiality reminds people of their own skin and wrinkles; thus our history as human beings. Hereby we become a closer connection between man and their surroundings, and it also emphasises the relationship between man and material.

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HARARA

Natural-looking materiality reminds people of their own skin and wrinkles; thus our history as human beings. Hereby we become a closer connection between man and their surroundings, and it also emphasises the relationship between man and material.

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HARARA

Natural-looking materiality reminds people of their own skin and wrinkles; thus our history as human beings. Hereby we become a closer connection between man and their surroundings, and it also emphasises the relationship between man and material.

mono.oak4.jpg

HARARA

Natural-looking materiality reminds people of their own skin and wrinkles; thus our history as human beings. Hereby we become a closer connection between man and their surroundings, and it also emphasises the relationship between man and material.

ODD_top.jpg

HARARA

Natural-looking materiality reminds people of their own skin and wrinkles; thus our history as human beings. Hereby we become a closer connection between man and their surroundings, and it also emphasises the relationship between man and material.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

ODD_top.jpg

Natural-looking materiality reminds people of their own skin and wrinkles; thus our history as human beings. Hereby we become a closer connection between man and their surroundings, and it also emphasises the relationship between man and material.

HARARA

Charlotte Anne Declercq