Let’s picture ourselves in a space where nature invades private spaces, where it becomes an active part in our day to day life. Our piece lives in a place like this, inspired by areas where the limit between inside and outside is not evident: ancient ruins, glass houses, interior patios, terraces, places where we are invaded by a feeling of being content in the exterior. The Espacio Escultórico at UNAM is an example of a structure where we experiment that feeling and it was a source of inspiration for this piece.
The “Trama” Low Coffee Table has a glass top floating over the loose pieces which allows to discover the emptiness that leaves the withdrawal of a volume: an ovoid cuts each of the marble pieces, giving them its irregular form, and the invisible volume can be appreciated from any angle. The 5 units that form the base are sculpted from a single marble block called Tikal from Guatemala while the cover top is water cut in 9mm tempered glass.