BPLAN once again highlighted the potential of the metal.
With the participation in A'18 Conference on Architecture 2018, last June, in New York, BPLAN once again highlighted the potential of the metal, presenting a space punctuated by the apparent irregularity of the volumes, combined with the pattern, light and color, result of a complex exercise of formal, conceptual and functional conciliations.
The two plans, which define the limits of the stand, are obtained through 6 aluminum modules, which are articulated with each other, being possible to functioning autonomously, as punctual elements in the separation of spaces, as well as other functions simultaneously ( shelf, flower stand and umbrella stand), fitting into any environment, interior or exterior.
The same adaptability and versatility apply to pieces of furniture, in the same material, and whose conceptual image dialogues with the "walls" of the stand.
This demonstration pretends to transmit the potential of BPLAN's products and development to new architectural, design and interior projects, regardless of the concept and application, to the point where it is possible to imagine the irregular modules of the "walls" of the stand as being the façade of a building, a piece of furniture or lighting ...