Chisel Table Work Space by Ball-Nogues StudioDecember 27th, 2010 - Posted in Furniture Design
Edward Cella Art + Architecture gallery in Los Angeles has introduced a sculpture-installation work space, designed by Ball-Nogués Studio at the gallery which has just relocated. Functional objects are made from layers of corrugated cardboard and plywood assembled Koskisen diecut. To create a white cube gallery space with minimum materials, Ball-Nogués utilize repetition bumpy and made with the stacking pattern of the two forms of pre-cut cardboard boxes are designed and calibrated on computing software. Suggest movement and vitality, acting reception counter as an intermediary between the fluid has not been the object of public space and work space gallery. From the team’s collective enterprise architecture, workstations reflect the emphasis on skill and execution gallery. Using simple materials and designed with new shapes and dynamic.