The Bush of Iron has been designed using a reinforced iron structure which houses thousands of wire spines that seem to extrude from the desk-like frame. In spite of the animal-like inspiration, the cold, serene attributes of metal have been kept and given a weight (close to a ton) and a volume large enough to create an overwhelming atmosphere within its surroundings.
From inside the piece the user will ﬁnd a space to rest, think, isolate himself – always protected from the outside thanks to the metal extrusions which protrude metres into the air.
Commissioned by Rossana Orlandi
Nacho Carbonell likes to see objects as living organisms, imagining them coming alive and being able to surprise you with their behaviour. He wants to create objects with his hands, then he can give them his personality. Nacho turns them into communicative objects that can arouse one’s sensations and imagination. What he wants to create are objects with a fictional or fantasy element, that allow you to escape everyday life.