Antonín Hepnar is an artist, designer, craftsman and master wood-turner. He completed his studies at the high school of arts, architecture and design in Prague in 1953. From that time on he focused on the creation of both artistic and utilitarian wooden objects. He creates bowls, candlesticks, lamps, decorative items, sculptures, and also during the seventies and eighties he participated in the creation of several interior realizations, such as that of Hotel Praha or the remodeling of the church interior church for the new liturgy in Ledeč Sázavou (1970). He still works in his studio in Čakovičky near Prague.
A wooden wall object of the contemporary production of the Czech designer Antonín Hepnar. The wooden circular wall object is made by woodturning technique, the methon Antonín Hepnar became known for and is called its last master in the Czech design environment. The object is made of pieces of solid wood that gained its shape by woodturning and then left without lacquering, the wood has slightly reddish colour. The object is in a perfect condition, without any defect, as visible in the photographs.