luis arrivillaga frames tubular steel table after de stijl
 
luis arrivillaga frames tubular steel table after de stijl
mar 31, 2014

luis arrivillaga frames tubular steel table after de stijl

luis arrivillaga frames tubular steel table after de stijl
all images courtesy of luis arrivillaga

 

 

 

 

 

‘stan’ by luis arrivillaga is a low table composed with universal design principles and simple geometry so that it can be appropriated to many settings. two materials form the object; a rectangular sheet of glass and powder-coated tubular steel. the structure studies an equilibrium between all the active parts, creating a visual lightness with geometrical lines. inspired by dutch artist piet mondrian, the linear obscurity changes when viewed from differing angles. the composition of the table in its entirety varies in interpretation with each point of reference. this illusion is manifested without compromising the design, balance, stability and functionality of the piece.

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from a 3/4 angle, the balance of the table can be seen

 

luis arrivillaga frames tubular steel table after de stijl
the width of the glass is similar to that of the steel tube, adding another dimension to the ‘stan’ table

 

luis arrivillaga frames tubular steel table after de stijl
detail of the object

 

luis arrivillaga frames tubular steel table after de stijl
a coherence is developed with overlaid shapes and is accented with a simple color-scheme

 

 

 

 

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