Sebastian Brajkovic  (Dutch, 1975) 

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Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe Lamp Light Grey

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe Lamp Light Grey
2011

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe Lamp Black

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe Lamp Black
2011

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe Console

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe Console
2011

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe I (view 2)

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe I (view 2)
2010

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe I

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe I
2010

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe IX (detail)

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe IX (detail)
2010

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe IX

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe IX
2010

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe X

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe X
2010

Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe V

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe V
2008

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Sebastian Brajkovic, Lathe V

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Lathe V, 2008
painted bronze, fabric upholstery

 

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Sebastian Brajkovic, Prototype

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Prototype "Lathe" chair, designed for Man and Living, 2006
silk-embroidered fabric, painted wood

 

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Sebastian Brajkovic, Prototype "Lathe III" chair, designed for Man and Living

 

Sebastian Brajkovic
Prototype "Lathe III" chair, designed for Man and Living, 2006
silk-embroidered upholstery, painted wood

 

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  After attending the secondary school. Sebastian developed a strong interest in art. He first wanted to get more practical skills though, and attended the school of cabinetmaking, where he got in close contact to design. Following that, he started studying at Design Academy Eindhoven, where he could encounter teachers like Gijs Bakker, Hella Jongerius and Jurgen Bey, with the latter he also did an internship. At the same time he started studying Philosophy at university of Utrecht, still to finish. From Eindhoven he graduated in February 2006 with the projects “Lathe Chairs” and “Home Grown”.