This bench is designed for two people and made of a french oak barrel, which was used to store piedmontese barolo. It has two comfortable seats. This piece of furniture may be the pride of both a garden and a tasteful interior, for example a wine cellar. Its form resembles a shelf, although only superficially. However, it may serve as a rack for a few bottles of wine. The project is characterised by a constructive dynamics, perfectly combining the vintage style with modernism. You can also observe japanese reminiscences. This piece of furniture discreetly conceals its real nature – a bench for two, thus providing it with an enigmatic aura. In short, it gives the project the soul. It bears some characteristics of a constructivist sculpture whose simplest elements, in this case barrel elements, affect every viewer through tensions arising from relations between them.
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