With this furniture in a simple light grey, combined with a lively orange, I want to show life and its course. All columns stand for an age group, which is divided into childhood/youth, middle age and old age. Left the childhood, right the age. Each column offers the possibility to adjust the colour and the mode by yourself.
Midnight City Shades
On the front I wanted to show life and its ways. You can see different ways, in black, grey, white and orange. The black, grey and white represent the paths of the general public and all others, whereas the orange ones stand for the own path. By the deliberate choice of the colour orange, the importance of the own way is to be made clear.
The path shows a long straight line, which is reinforced by rising and falling lines. These are the ups and downs that everyone goes through in their lives, but in the end the path leads constantly towards the goal.
Do you always do the right thing?
How long can you overcome temptation and when do you become a sinner?
Where ist the line between temptation and devotion?
And what does count as a vice?
A bar furniture about a moral dilemma that shows the sunny and the shady sides of the nightlife.
Icecold and uncompromising are the shapes of this piece. Intentionally coated with aluminium and legs made of steel. It consists of exactly 15 different main angles which allows it to be viewed from any angle. Supermatt saphire dark greay spraypainted and an interior characterised by orange contours and details.