Arca is a monolith trapped in a net, a chest that floats adrift along with its contents. The lacquered mdf container, enclosed in an ideal net made of solid oak, is equipped with three total extraction drawers that can be organized according to various needs. The rigid solid oak net has been modeled to accommodate the thermoformed glass plates, to obtain an organic shape that simulates a mirror of water. The entire cupboard rests on a transparent methacrylate support to emphasize the ideal floating.
The F, a paradoxically lava stone side table, combines the flat and smooth table surface of mechanical production and the base of the natural primordial stone at the bottom. Modern design is about industrialization which means standard or consistent. And yet, F of standard machined form, borrowed from the industrial stool, F clip, has to be weighed with a primitive lava stone from nature, to keep itself firm. It shows the different states of volcano stone on one design, combining mechanical aesthetics with natural beauty.
The armchairs of the iperbolica collection are aesthetic figures that produces effect capable of goig beyond ordinary perceptions and current opinions of form. They are excessive, extravagant, dilated: in short, hyperbolic. They go beyond the confines of the engineered construction of the object and experimentation on the material. These armchairs are not merely roomy, comfortable seats with backrests and arms, but also an attempt to seek a precise identity within a dialectic relationship between material and form, image and object, function and decoration.
The Mountain Bench was inspired by the traditional aesthetic elements of Chinese painting. The design was dedicated to presenting the user with an aesthetic of oriental Zen. The Mountain Bench was made of mahogany, and the parts were hand polished, and finally painted to ensure the appearance. It is easy to clean, easy to manufacture and suitable for use in the living room.
A side table been as sculpture.The combination of technology and design makes the Peyto as a sculpture. The wood in this design is showing the behavior of fluid materials like concrete. Not only the form, but it presents a special function. The unique way of standing gives the user the opportunity of pulling Peyto into his/her bench. It makes Peyto a side table which can be an inside table, too.
The bench was inspired by the sinuous lines of brazilian architecture from the 60's, which remained an emblematic moment in our aesthetic history to this day. Oscar Niemeyer, arguably one of the world's most famous brazilian architect, always created structures based on curves. Some of his magnificent buildings seemed to float above the ground, while sustaining an elegant silhouette.