Original project: 2004 – Giuseppe Rivadossi
“The memory of the sublime cloister of Moissac has inspired this sophisticated structure.”
The small window is one cell of a whole, a structure made of four wooden elements that enclose a glass. These elements are assembled together by hidden cores and help recreate a steady structure, but architecturally significant closure. The small opening allows light to enter the piece of furniture, thus suggesting to the observer the presence of a comfortable and cosy, but protected space – almost a living space.
Suggested dimensions: cm h 200 x L 70 x d 44 | in 78,7 x 27,6 x d 17,3
It can be customized and made of the following types of wood: forest linden (lime), Italian walnut, European cherry, maple.