Rayuela Plywood stool
Traditional tile designs can spread infinitely by just repeating a single shape, creating patterns by combining different colors of the same material. The most efficient form, offering the greatest possibilities, is the . Three of them make an which is the best way to cover a surface. Using three colors you get a fascinating
Putting together these two principles we obtain the idea behind this product: making a stool from a single basic piece (a leg with 1/3 of the seat), which repeated three times becomes a and many of them make a , creating an endless, undetermined surface with infinite pattern and material combinations.
Rayuela’s name was inspired by this term’s different connotations, such as the children’s game, painted on the floor, or the tile (“rajola” in Catalan). It also took its name and concept from Julio Cortazar’s novel, breaking the traditional book structure and orderly way of reading. There is no established order, but each reader’s choice. Similarly, there is no preestablished or determined form, it only depends on every person’s preferences and use.
Euro 1.210,00Price VAT included
Euro 991,80Price VAT excluded