DI Leaf

As in an ardent modern design, nature encouragement allows for abstractions in the re-proposition of a three-dimensional geometric pattern shaped like Virginia creeper leaves. A scenographic "vertical garden" evokes a classic autumn setting softened by the materials' various oxidations and finishes.

Oxidation, inlay, etching, and erosion processes: such are the creative possibilities that may be applied to a continually changing material, whose destiny is to acquire the patina of time that the hand of man can stop altogether or hurry up, depending on the desired surface effect. When utilized as an architectural covering, metal takes on the appearance of a second skin, resulting in a wonderfully diversified palette of iridescent tones, oxidations, and deep colors. This covering offers a different kind of artistic expression that is strengthened by the elegance of rigid geometric patterns that are made vibrant by constantly changing thickness and shapes. DI surfaces provide an entirely new dimension in ornamentation, eschewing artifice in favor of celebrating the basic nature of the material itself in its aesthetic and symbolic worth.

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MATERIALS

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DI-1 Left Materials

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DI-2 Left Materials

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DI-3 Left Materials

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DI-4 Left Materials