This writing table, which is made of recycled handcrafted wild cherry, nut and chestnut wood for the top, of table legs of elm wood which are immersed in green resin cement and different kinds of mirrors that reflect images from the outside in the inside of the table. On the tabletop through the glass you discover a rotatable mirror in a prism form which allows you to observe the movements behind and next to you without revealing it to others.
The sliding drawer has a double function as it can be used from both sides of the table. Different to the first edition of the SP[eye]Me-Desk this one has a hidden opening in the middle of the tabletop and 4 different leg’s heights – for strengthening the beauty of singularity even if you are a couple. Finally, green is the color of nature and as cement reflects the relationship and ambivalence of nature vs. architecture we built table legs, which combine and visualize this attempt.
Hillsideout [antique art design] is a joint project by Andrea Zambelli and Nat Wilms which came to life in 2009 out of a mutual concern and discomfort for the degradation of abandoned sites in the Italian Apennines. Hillsideout expresses the need to transform the state of uselessness but also forgotten stories into practical functionality.View designer’s page
Item Code : 20045