Furniture Design — 2017
When have you seen a three-legged stool limp?
This three-legged stool takes the concept of elegance further, its stylized limbs stand with such grace on the ground that it appears to float. This stool at all times maintains its style, as the stability provided by its three points of support prevent it from limping.
An object turned into a meeting point between two opposite ends of the spectrum: the heavy industry and the artisan processes. This chair combines effortlessly a machine-made metal structure and wicker; a natural fiber weaved by someone’s hand. The result is an object that combines two elements that, in theory do not go along together, but now they seem to be made for each other.
Inspired by the local easy chair, a rocking version of it was made, a “Poltrona” rocking chair according to Tlacotalpan’s local terms. The Poltrona Rocking Chair is an up-date of tradition, on both process and aesthetical values, brought to today’s cultural context.
This table explores the concept of overlapping, taking the beautiful properties of glass and transporting them to modern furniture.
Characterized by an intriguing and playful visual effect. The concept brings up two main details embodied in the design. While arranged in a certain manner, it reveals the deep yet subtle relationship between each one of its elements ending in the perception of one whole. When having no apparent distribution, the set portrays a moon in three of its different stages, thus giving away its hidden poetic charm.
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