Windows of Bo Bardi - Butter stool
45 x 20 x 32 cm - Ayous wood - Ayous wood composite
Building further on the series Windows of Bo Bardi – side tables, the new light yellowish version is taking one step further in a primitive way of making things. These primitive gestures Linde connects to youth; A natural state of curiosity, an urge for making. The origin of inspiration are the organic shaped windows in a brutalist concrete building; SESC Pompeia (Sao Paulo) by Italian-Brazilian architect Lina bo Bardi. This gesture of Lina bo Bardi, she sees as a way of bringing wilderness in everyday life. Within these series of tables, when shaping these rounded forms, Linde is aiming to something similar; finding a balance between the fluid and the regularity, qualities that you both can find in the city.
In the Windows of Bo Bardi – Butter stool, Linde strives to implement the origins of making, within the contemporary environment, both on furniture as on architectural potential.
The light yellow colour is a natural colour of the Ayous wood dust. This dust is a left-over of the sanding of wood, and is used in the coating of the stool. The colour reminds of bones, horn, bee wax.
'Butter stool' was made for the occasion of ‘Walden’, an exhibition by Schloss Hollenegg 2020
other material options 2019: concrete composite, tulipwood, lacquered wood
These versions are as well available as small coffee tables.
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