“And if the seabed were silver” is a collection made up of 5 stools, 3 tables and a set of vases. All pieces are unique, numbered and limited. They are made of 100% aluminum, where 70% of the material came from beverage cans collected and then recycled. The production took place at our workshop. We have built a foundry where up to 8 kg of metal is melted. The name of the series appeared after the first tests we performed using Styrofoam models. The pellets have led us directly to the bottom of the sea.
Obs_ The casting process we use is called “lost wax”. This means that for each piece produced, a new model is made. Therefore, the images that appear here are references to new parts and orders. It is possible to produce a new piece in the desired measurements, but it is impossible that it be the same, since all are unique and numbered according to the order of production. If you have any further questions, please contact us via the message and we will talk.