Wood, brass
180 x 70 x 60cm

The object took its inspiration from an ancient Greek temple built during the 4th century, called The Tholos. It is today in ruins, standing on three legs in the middle of the sanctuary of Delphi. The many centuries it has endured made it impressive, charismatic, mysterious. Its character was reinterpreted as a high shelf made of wood and brass tubes. Each part is screwed with another, forming a sculptural, functional piece. The shelf is born from a series of shapes that differ according to their angles, curves and proportions.