The wonders that exist
Opifici d’Italia is born today but carries within itself a heritage of experience and knowledge that spans over fifty years. Its first collection, designed by Luigi Baroli, is free, accessible, and open to different interpretations, both formal and functional. Columns, pilasters, rooks and drums, partitions, and walls are obtained by assembling a single, perfect element, with classical grooves, which gives life to refined and customizable 'constructions', from tables to bookcases to workbenches. More would be useless, less impossible.
"Architects are tasked with designing qualities that are enveloping and hint at the existence of deeper realities, hidden beneath the perceivable surface" Graham Harman, Object Oriented Ontology.