Guaje Sculptural Totem
Los Guajes are a family of sculptures designed to be used independently or clustered together. Their shape is a simple geometric outline inspired by cactus, towers and domes. The simplicity of their design renders them a striking statement piece or a functional yet beautiful room divider.
Thanks to their ultra-light structure and modular design, Los Guajes are easily stacked for transport and storage. They are made of natural rattan with natural wicker ties.
The Guajes come in four different sizes, but if you need a custom size, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a custom quote.
LOW- 19.68 inches (50 cm) Diameter x 18.5 inches (47 cm) Height. Weight: 3.3 lbs (1.5 kg)
MEDUIM- 16.92 inches (43 cm) Diameter x 36.22 inches (92 cm) Height. Weight: 6.6 lbs (2.5 kg)
REGULAR- 14.17 inches (36 cm) Diameter x 55.11 inches (140 cm) Height. Weight: 6.6 lbs (2.5 kg)
HIGH- 11.81 inches (30 cm) Diameter x 70.86 inches (180 cm) Height. Weight: 6.6 lbs (2.5 kg)
Lead time: 4-7 weeks, ships from Mexico.
$477.00 – $793.50
Note: As rattan is a natural material (like wood), it is designed to be used indoors only. While rattan furniture can be used outdoors, it should not be left outdoors, especially in rainy or snowy conditions.
Clean gently. Dust your rattan furniture regularly with a soft cloth. Never use paint thinners or abrasive creams to clean wicker or rattan cane furniture. See our Rattan Care Guide for more information.
Balsa is an emerging design studio based in Mexico City. Balsa works in collaboration with artisans and designers to develop unique, sustainably-made furniture and objects that will accompany you through the years.
Balsa considers itself an environment-aware company, specializing in objects made with natural rattan, which is one of the most sustainable materials in furniture production. Principal designer, Christian Vivanco, believes in the value of the real and authentic, of the unique and unrepeatable, seeking to deliver a line of new classics that represent the knowledge and skills of long- admired Mexican artisans.