Cuzco Table by Cazzaniga Mandelli Pagliarulo for Montis
Updated: Jan 27, 2020
The Cuzco table’s collection seems to spring from an anthropological sketchbook of an Inca ruins explorer. The object is composed of abstract shapes evoking a remote world, a future or a distant past where you find a primitive balance that is present in the consciousness of everyone: the geometric constructions of cuzco resounds the echo of a universal proportion. The Polygonal surfaces stand into the space creating clear light and shade effects, they are like drawing strokes varying in thickness following the direction of the creative act.