Rasmus Fenhann creates designs with an equal focus on sculptural and functional qualities. His works are made in carefully selected natural materials, especially wood. His working processes combines traditional, sometimes near-forgotten craft techniques with advanced high-tech procedures, including computer-based sketching and visualization. By allowing the natural properties of the materials to guide the design process he aims to create products with a long life span.
Fenhann’s main source of inspiration is traditional Japanese woodwork and the Danish cabinetmaking tradition, and his works often incorporate his personal interpretations of selected aspects of these craft traditions. Another important source of inspiration is nature and the mathematical properties of natural forms – universal forms that are outside any human control.