It might seem like a sculptural representation, but you are actually looking at a reclaimed door table. The artist took an original altbau door of the historical Berlin style, applying a technique of clear cuts to dramatically alter the typical rectangular shape.
The carved paneling of the wood remains aligned as the portal seems to crease at perfect perpendicular angles; the corners point down the floor to serve as feet, in a manner as surrealistic as the work of Dali. Look closely and you'll spot where Yoraco González removed embedded locks and left hinges in these panel doors, reminding the observer that these were not always intended as coffee tables and side tables. Their bright white finishes contribute a crisp look to these abstract creations, called Origami 9010 Doors.
This Reclaimed Door Table was Taken from Its Hinges and Reworked
1. Reclaimed Materials - Repurposing reclaimed materials to create unique and sustainable furniture pieces presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for the furniture industry.
2. Clear Cut Design - Incorporating clear cut design techniques into furniture manufacturing can create visually striking and innovative products that stand out in a crowded market.
3. Abstract Furniture - The emergence of abstract furniture presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for designers and manufacturers to experiment with unconventional shapes and designs.
1. Furniture - The furniture industry can innovate by creating unique, sustainable, and visually striking products using reclaimed materials and clear cut design techniques.
2. Design - The emergence of abstract furniture provides a disruptive innovation opportunity for designers to experiment with unconventional shapes and designs that push the boundaries of traditional furniture.
3. Sustainability - Repurposing reclaimed materials in the furniture industry presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and appeal to environmentally conscious consumers.