Is it possible to create chaos within perfect geometry? Is it possible to create a sense of order while keeping things unpredictable?
The meanings and ideas that we surround ourselves with are of practical value, as our brain changes throughout our life. The contemplation of pure forms, the privilege of comprehending their interaction and discovering the harmony of elements is a qualitatively different way of communicating with space.
Is it possible to create chaos within perfect geometry? Is it possible to create a sense of order while keeping things unpredictable? Table Layers is an example of complexity arising in emptiness. Cutting through space with crisp metal lines, the table retains transparency and allows perception to flow through the material. The illusion of strict geometry, destroyed simply by displacing the point of intersection of the planes, instantly draws our attention and unsettles our inner desire for symmetry. Its uncompromising nature and unwillingness to follow our expectations destroys the habitual foundations and creates something unique, different from the way we usually understand the interaction of straight lines.
Surrounding yourself not just with furniture but with meanings means imbuing your life with high intellectual stimuli that can turn the perception of the world and determine our true place in it.