These suede-covered wall sculptures are framed in nappa. The interaction between colours and shapes makes them decorative pieces based on pure geometry, where abstraction and guration create formal structures that allow colour to dominate.
Hung on a wall like paintings or used as decorative elements on a shelf, these three-dimensional units covered in suede, using individually or in multiple compositions, create a connection between the minimalist sculptures by Donald Judd and the graphic geometries of Ettore Sottsass.
Almost like three-dimensional paintings, these artworks are great decorative pieces able to create a connection between abstraction and figuration, mixing space-age design and tribal art.
The fluid forms are covered in suede, introducing a novel material in the field of wall decorations.