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Searching for dematerialization

Interpreting the massive density of marble.

Like the sculptor who removes matter from the marble block instead of adding it, we sought to give the marble slab "transparency," luminosity and lightness by removing matter instead of reducing thickness or by backlighting.

Thus treated, marble, while retaining its pecliarities, tends to lose its immediate recognizability, arousing curiosity in the observer.

In some respects it can resemble the warp and weft of a fabric.

The example illustrates an application on a linear stainless steel base, to obtain a whole connoted by sober classicism reinterpreted from the perspective of contemporary taste.

Searching for dematerialization


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