Organica (Entrance Table) by Fabrizio Constanza
2012 - 2013, Golden A' Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Award Winner
The main inspiration is the human body. In the compositions are represented: central Nerve system, respiratory system, circulatory system and locomotor system.
Organica was conceived as an entrance hall table for a private art gallery, designed to be a utilitarian sculpture. It blends Glass, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Metal, and Wood, into a harmonic composition. Just like in the Human body, every single component is essential for the structural stability of the created system. Artistically, the composition is a balanced interaction of weight (heavy and light), time (contemporary and traditional) and motion (static and fluid).
Design Challenges
Fabrizio Constanza did not encounter any design challenges while designing the award winning Organica Entrance Table.
Production Technology
all metal components were fabricated by Human operated Mill, Lathe, and plasma cutter. Bent metal rods were shaped by traditionally jig and fixture techniques. The wood components were created using traditional woodworking skills, machinery and tools. The top is a 10mm tempered glass. All parts but the glass were finished with automobile lacquer based paint and clear coat.
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