Environmentally Friendly Fine Art, Furniture and Lighting.
D.156.3 in the manner of Gio Ponti
Broxtom Mid-Century Modern Retro Sofa
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During the design process the artist found himself wondering about the place of nature in our lives, and this led him to create the tension between processed wood and natural materials. The design is suggesting away to bring the nature in to the living room in an intimate way. It is made by ready-made table, soil, iron net, and ferns. Reverted growing of the plants allow us to see beneath the soil, privilege that reveals an upside-down scene.Along with the wood's joints that get graphics values when they filled with the soil. The outcome of the design is this table, that brings the ground that we used to walk-on to the eyes level. Its pleasant and also a bit disturbing. Unlike we used to see the plant is now hidden and the soil is shown. The object is not exactly a table and not exactly flowerpot. This is inbreeding that is disturbing to the function of the two items -the sitting under the table accompanied by the strange feeling of the plants on the hips.
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29.13"H x 23.62"W x 37"L
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