Year of Creation: 2003
Designed with a proposal of element simplification, the HUM table intends to reduce the volume language of the object to the structural minimum that keeps its function and usage memory clear.
The complexity arises from the exploration of new processes connected to glass, and of other processes revisited, which interact with the object, making its research field work also in the industrial area, in the creation of a new product that, being part of this proposed object, may come to be used in other interventions – in this case, the printed glass.
This table has the plurality that is natural to the variety of tabletops, which will still be continuously created according to the most varied graphic cutouts resulting from the observation of the cities and their icons. Thus, the image on film initially treated on a figurative pattern will extend to views of architectural cutouts with which we live in urban environments.
Addressing the issue of graphic arts in the creation of furniture design, incorporating images to the product, allows a visual multiplicity beyond the colors/materials spectrum.
Hum – ludic sense in the creation process and use.