‘Design Elegance for Foodies’ has sold through outlets in Ireland ,UK, France, Germany, USA & more . The unique designs of this attractive range have featured in numerous publications including Nespresso Magazine - to name but one and has been selected several times for gifts for visiting dignitaries and other prestigious clients including Moma (Museum of Modern Art outlets) New York and Tokyo.
This 2014 award winning range of accessories and heirloom collectables provide contemporary lines and compositions through contrasting grains and colours. Owing to particularly and specifically chosen woods, some items are limited in edition. Please visit the Shop on the drop down menu to see some products.
This unique range of products is now solely available direct from the artist.
Sculptural expression combined with the quality of experienced craftsmanship has seen Chaïm Factor’s previous works represented at exhibitions from Tokyo to Vancouver and from Sydney to Paris. His work has been extensively exhibited in Ireland and Europe and is also represented in numerous private collections. His contemporary work explores materials to optimum effect to the advantage of each individual piece and his work often features textured, painted or patinated and inlaid finishes to detail. Chaïm Factor has contributed to many projects of distinction including Dublin’s Trinity College, the Senate Buildings, the National Concert Hall Organ Case, the Four Courts and the restoration and conservation of the iconic St. Mary’s Church Organ Case, Dublin to name but a few.
With a keen interest in teaching and sharing his knowledge and experience Chaïm opened his studio to classes and courses in fine wood work and musical instrument making in 2010. These sessions are conducive to learning through exploration and discovery, helping to maintain established knowledge in traditional methods while seeking to forge new concepts using wood as a sustainable material.
’The Art is in the Making’
The studio is a busy working space, which prompts personal development set within a unique upland environment overlooking the beautiful Vale of Avoca in County Wicklow.