Conceived at the summer workshops at Boisbuchet with Patricia Urquiola, in cooperation with Center Georges Pompidou and the Vitra Design Museum, the project is an open idea of an assemblage that relates to our contemporary daily lives.
The idea was to create an assemblage which when placed in a space, changes the perception of the viewer, creating the space of ’his own’ interpretation.
The project results in space dividers, assembled with screens of elementary shapes, varied finishes and compositions; each layer with its unique characteristic. While some block the view partially or totally, another gives you the opportunity of seeing through the intervened part of them. Textures and porosity are essential; it all depends on how you play with them.
Its simple composition in Maple Wood, Carrara Marble and Metal makes it a contemporary piece; sophisticated and suitable for any environment you want to be transformed with design.