SCROSCIA presented at the 100% Design in London for Slow Wood, was born from the reworking of an essential structural... Read More
SCROSCIA presented at the 100% Design in London for Slow
Wood, was born from the reworking of an essential structural element for
theatrical scenography; it is still used today as a support for backdrops and
wings of the theatrical stage.
The Designer and Set Designer Andrea Anselmini revisits
the noise, keeping the fundamental elements of the traditional structures
typical of the theater unchanged.
Thanks to its simplicity and modularity, the shower
becomes a very interesting piece of furniture, as already experimented with the
"PRATICABLE COFFEE" table, presented at the Fuorisalone in Milan,
again for Slow Wood.
The SCROSCIA uses an interlocking game that makes it
extraordinarily simple to assemble, despite being extremely solid and
self-supporting. Thanks to its absolute stability, it is also possible to use
it as a dividing wall: for this purpose, the back is studied in detail.
The structure is made up of modules of variable width, 50
or 70 cm, height 235 cm and depth 50 cm.
All the dimensions have been studied to obtain a perfect
symbiosis between aesthetic proportionality and modularity; in fact, it is also
possible to insert 2 small drawers of 20cm X 20cm in the 50 cm wide module or 3
in the 70 cm module.
The drawers are proposed here in 3 colors, red, blue and
purple; they represent the spotlights positioned on the back of the theatrical
backdrops, often set up with red and blue that mixed together create all the
shades of purple.