The joinTable set of interlocking tables differs from the classic solution of three telescopic components, of the same shape and... Read More
set of interlocking tables differs from the classic solution of three
telescopic components, of the same shape and decreasing dimensions, which are
inserted one inside the other. On the contrary, it foresees that in a
parallelepiped figure, with a square base, three different components are
inscribed: two internal tables, which can be pulled out from the outermost one,
according to the different x and y directions. Hence, each element assumes its
own physiognomy. The result is a Rietveld-style interlocking game, an original
spatial node, almost a micro-architecture.
The use of
opaque colored recyclable PMMA leads, especially when the pieces are composed all together
or two by two, to an unprecedented game of transparencies and chromatic
overlap, made even more suggestive by the voids that form between the vertical
and horizontal planes. Plans and elevations lend themselves to a particular
compositional reading, almost an abstractionist canvas.