LOEWE, Min Chen

Chestnut Roaster



15,150 USD

Ships from: New York, United States

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Min Chen (Chinese, b. 1980) strives to articulate the Chinese language of design. Chen’s fascination with traditional Chinese art arose from an early training in calligraphy and painting. Since studying at Milan’s Domus Academy, his eponymous practice has sought to forge a bond between East and West, while addressing the ax between tradition and modernity.

  • Ceramic and bamboo chestnut roaster in cream.
  • Chen has always considered design as a language rooted to a singular starting point and crafted by both history and culture. Inspired by the slow pace and tranquil atmosphere of his home city of Hangzhou, he channels this more relaxed rhythm into the creation of a concave bamboo stool, blurring the line between old and new. The sum of these stratified bamboo veneers alludes to the countless layers of influences that shape contemporary design.
  • Learn more about the LOEWE Weaves collection here
  • Watch an interview with LOEWE Creative Director Jonathan Anderson here
  • This piece is final sale and not eligible for return.

Founded in Spain in 1846, LOEWE is one of the world’s major luxury houses. Since 2013, under creative director Jonathan Anderson, the brand has started a new chapter as a house focused on craft and culture, evidenced through an intellectual yet playful approach to fashion, the bold and vibrant Spanish lifestyle and unmatched expertise in leather.  

LOEWE has a rich legacy of craftsmanship dating back to its beginnings as a collective workshop, and has long valued artisanal techniques in its approach to design and manufacture. These core values are reflected in the brand’s belief in the importance of craft in today’s culture and its commitment to supporting contemporary art, craft and culture around the world.

LOEWE Weaves explores the act of weaving as both a decorative craft and way to build structure. Presenting a series of Galician chestnut roasters created by master potter Antonio Pereira, the handmade hole-punched clay pots feature experimental weaving techniques by artists: Arko Asako from Japan, Min Chen from China and Laia Arqueros from Spain.

Height: 16.54 inches / 42 cm
Width: 20.47 inches / 52 cm
Depth: 20.47 inches / 52 cm
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Conceptual Art


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