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HormÂ’s Carlos sideboard designed by Renato Zamberlan is freely inspired by the work of legendary Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez and his Op Art style. The viewer of the piece perceives it not as a spectator, but as participant who is actively involved with the object itself as it changes in color depending on your viewpoint. The piece gives the effect of a curtain that opens and closes. The sideboardÂ’s shutters are made entirely by hand by craftsman who know how to treat the wood in different and exciting ways.
Carlos Cruz-Diez is considered one of the major champions of contemporary art. His artistic roots go back to the Kinetic Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. His Op Art works shows that when color interacts with the viewer it becomes an autonomous reality that can change and present the sensation of movement as the relative position of the viewer changes. His ideas have altered attitudes on how color is perceived in art.
Inspired by the sobriety of the 1950â€™s, the Longplay sideboard is versatile and is ideal in any environment. The opening can be used to store books and objects at sight and can join two parts of the same area, such as dining and living room, but it can also become a perfect partition between two living areas. The particular geometric shape of the doors and the push-pull opening system combine modernity with charm. The top, available in acid etched glass or in marble, and the warm wood of the structure, create a pleasing contrast between materials and colours.
MODEL NAME:Â LONGPLAY
FINISHES:Â Structure MDF veneered in Canaletto walnut or oak moka or sucupira wood. Vertical panels stained beige Pantone 7529C. Drawn metal, finishes: micaceous brown, titanium or brass Top acid etched glass, underside varnished in grey-brown or mat Emperador marble Feet ash wood, Canaletto walnut, oak moka or sucupira stained