CROIX DE FER
It is born from the architecture of the façade walls and the different depths invite us to a visual game where the compositions overlap
With a clear reference to modern architecture and sober appearance, it takes us to the rationalist reminiscences of the architectural world. The sophistication is also present.Read more
Croix de Fer is based on L-shaped bases that, when arranged in a Cartesian manner and pierce its flat base, generate an irregular cross shape that plays a unifying role in the structure and breaks the rhythm of the wooden betas.
Although the base of dyed oak chosen for the surface is of generous width, the handrails of 50x100 steel and the spaces and shadows generated by these, contrast providing lightness while sustaining the piece.
A modern table with an elegant chromatism and excellent functionality.
The sensation of perforation seen from a distance is opposed to simplicity when we pass to a zenith vision, or in the same way, when we sit down and do not see his body.
Despite its discretion and elegance, the robust character of this piece and its original base make it an element that does not go unnoticed.