The Low Platform came from the desire to create a raised extension of the floor. Its functions are purposefully open, allowing users to find varied scenarios for its use in space: as a low table, a footrest, a podium, an element for spatial composition, etc.
The carriers of the platform taper down at both ends. When viewed from the front, the platform appears to rest on top of very thin carriers and a deep dark shadow. When seen from the side, it appears very opaque and solid. As a result, when one walks around, it’s appearance changes from something ethereal and open to something very solid and closed.
PROJECT TYPE: Object, furniture
DATE: Fall 2019
MATERIAL: Solid wood, Natural countertop oil
TECHNIQUE: CNC Milling
DIMENSIONS: 1200 x 135mm
PHOTOGRAPHY: Final photographs by Niklas Vindelev
TEAM: Partners, Benediktas Burdulis