Nodo by Estudio Pentagono

November 4th, 2012 by retail design blog

The entire universe is shaped from multiple connections that are arranged according to their capacity to give structure. Unison is created between each contact point to establish a common balance. From this, the influence from ‘Nodo’ was drawn: a furniture collection by Mexican Estudio Pentagono consisting of a network with numerous connections that generate its structure and geometry.

‘Nodo’ takes the essence from a classic piece of furniture and transforms it into a dynamic object completely made out of fiberglass. The interwoven fibers are not only designed to function as a structural component but to allow the piece to behave as a membrane, where communication between the environment and its context is encouraged. Instead of a solid surface piece, this product has an open aesthetic, displaying its content in an honest manner while using little material and maintaining high structural resistance.














http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/30/view/24651/pentagono-estudio-nodo-collection.html

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