As in the paintings of Lothe or Braque, only the frame of the canvas can pause the flow of the blocks of volumes.
The frame connects the parts, it arranges them, calms them, and gives meaning to the compositions of surfaces and textures. High-gloss coatings, matt Corian white and natural woods interact in this collection in a range of continuous levels, logically, rigorously, with the order imposed by their framework, their limits, their frame…
“The purpose of nature is man; the purpose of man is the style”.
This collection is inspired by the De Stijl movement, in which compositions of levels and lines are combined to form almost random combinations on the front side of the pieces. Sets of natural wood grains, thin metal supports that ease the compositions and precise slit-marked intersections are some of the constant features in the STYLO series.
The volume perceived as a plane, and the plane as an object. Always light, always challenging…
In the Beira collection, the immaterial sculpts and explores the form, up to the limit, bordering the infinite with its edges. High gloss coatings in perfect planes limit the natural texture of wood in an exercise of impossible, light, elegant and ethereal balances.
Furniture as a sculpture. The functional made art. Art domesticated.
This exercise of design completes the house. It elevates the spaces for the observation and enjoyment of the piece: a furniture sculpture. Planes and volumes are associated and fit in formal, light, elegant and delicate sets. Glass versus wood, mirrors versus metal, lacquers and stone. Everything makes sense when it is a sculpture.
As time, as movement, as air and water, it flows.
The FLOW collection is born from the gesture, it materializes the flow of the trace in space. The curved transitions between planes, the continuous surfaces, the asymmetries and the imbalance of the pieces are the design tools that generate movement. There are no borders or boundaries, everything flows smoothly, lightly and with elegance.