Handmade ceramic indoor-outdoor furniture collection. As a bonus for those who live in small spaces, these multi-tasking pieces can either offer storage (toys, newspapers…) or a spot for a planter inside a designated opening on the tabletop. Great for outdoors, the tables have drainage holes, but for indoor use with plants they’d require placing a tray under the container. If you recall your high school geometry, the tables are available in a few configurations including Docecahedron and Icosahedron shapes.
Its concept comes out from Sacred Geometry and Platonic Solids.
Sacred geometry [geo s] ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to certain geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions. Shapes are often associated to the physical elements (Fire, Water, Air, Earth) of which the entire world is composed. The fifth element usually called Spirit is the Aether or Quintessence. The geometry used in the design and construction has been considered sacred in different cultures and times. That’s the main reason why this concept is been applied into the construction of such a furnishing collection. With the intent of being across the board. Ceramic is furthermore the perfect material to make it for the way it’s done. A mixture of stone and water, formerly dehydrated with air than cooked with fire. Spirit is the soul behind the whole process: the designer and the craftsman skills and awarness.