Integral part, III
Inspired by the Mediterranean, by the Maghreb Ksar, with seats made entirely of raw land, natural oils, and waxes. They are a metaphor and abstraction of the typical Moroccan collective dwellings, in which spaces – or even entire buildings – were provided for community life.
Conceived to form a sort of open and not entirely defined circle, the seats alternate between single and multiple to emphasise and encourage conversation and exchange. With their almost primitive and deliberately monolithic forms, they are identified as elements that suggest and remind the viewer of the need and pleasure of stopping and talking.