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Todo y nada

Celia
 
Terrón Alamán


Todo y nada is a piece of furniture that allows us to materialize the duality between a chair’s function and its concept. When defining a chair’s elements, we all coincide that it must have a seat, back and legs, usually four. And we all coincide that it is used for seating. Thus, Todo y nada offers the view of the chair’s concept in once single point in space, thanks to the optical illusion generated by its structure; and it lets us experience its function, seating in as many positions as we want.