contemporary stool / oak / brass
ZIGGURAT by Stéphanie Marin SMARIN

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Characteristics

  • Style:

    contemporary

  • Material:

    oak, brass

Description

variable geometry
Ziggurat is a term used to describe the architectural forms of pyramidal type as found in the ancient constructions as in Mesopotamia.
The Smarin Ziggurat is a base unit from which you can build vertically or horizontally into a variety of shapes and sizes. The form is simple: an equilateral triangle which is intended to become the primary element of an interior architecture of organic geometry.

The idea is to break down space and structures into pure shapes, to create living matter:
To sit.
To find support to write.
To put up a screen.
To store objects.
To partition space.
To put up your books.
Variable uses…the equation of disorder?

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