Year of Creation: 2004
Within the principle of interactivity, the Bandeirola benches and side tables line was designed to allow the end user to compose the object the way it suits said user’s needs.
Thus, various compositions are possible from the combination of two basic elements: the beam – triangle-shaped prism – and the basis – volume generated from the cutting of the cube in a section opposite to the prism volume.
The support piece, when used alone, results in a possible magazine rack or support table, depending on its form of contact with the plan. A combination of these pieces can result in various forms for an auxiliary table.
Allowing the beam to slide on the support cuttings, we find variations of benches or auxiliary tables, including or excluding, therefore, options of side magazine racks.
Referring to the simplicity of geometric shapes of the São João festival flags in flag banners, they also display a neo-concrete allusion, and propose an imaginative ride to the Brazilian cultural references.