Time (tempo) works on man’s objects and their surfaces, altering them profoundly and making them inconstant. In this project the marks left by time in turn become graphic signs of discontinuity and the rhythm of the horizontal element.
The project interprets the phenomenon of the decaying of the skin of solids while capturing the aesthetic and dynamic qualities. Three overlapping plates move like stage wings and create a rhythm of lights, shadows and varying depths.
The object, completely in stainless steel, is made up of three curved metal plates mounted on runners, allowing them to slide horizontally in order to freely set their length.
Behind the plates is an area for lighting and flowers. The entire object may be mounted on the left or on the right by simply inverting the back part.