VERTIGO side table by AQUILIALBERG

August 12th, 2011 by retail design blog

The VERTIGO side table is a result of extensive research which analyzed movement perception. It brings to light a new dynamic quality which is customized in a very strong abstract and conceptual form which evolves in the space as a continuos rotations of surfaces. Inspired by Escher works, it gives the illusion of a continuous flow of wrapping lines which generate a clear sign. Its expressive and natural movement is symmetrical but at the same time rich in spatial complexity. VERTIGO provides a sensual image where the form is built up from a continuos exchange of full and emptyness, lightness and dynamism.

“Vertigo is the feeling that you or your environment is moving when no movement occurs. Vertigo describes an illusion of movement”.

Designed by AQUILIALBERG (Laura Aquili & Ergian Alberg)

















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