One of Lina bo Bardi most famous architectures, the SESC Pompeia in Sao Paulo, was the starting point of the project. Organic shaped windows embedded in a brutalist concrete building are for Destroyers/Builders a way of bringing wilderness in everyday life. In the same way, shaping the rounded forms that make the small stool is a way of finding balance between the fluid and the regular, qualities that you find side by side in the city.
Expanding the series Windows of Bo Bardi – side tables, the new piece takes a primitive way of making things one step further: the gestures are connected to youth and a natural state of curiosity, an urge for building. The ivory colour is the natural colour of wood dust, left-over from the sanding of the wood and used as final coating layer. The structure and colour bing to mind bones, horns, bee wax. Through a simple piece of furniture with architectural potential the origins of making are brought in harmony with nature.