Do Re Mi
DO has a majestic and austere body. D is balanced and elegant. E is light and immaterial.
Together they form a triptych of pendant lamps in curved plywood. Each of them stems from the apparent simplicity of the gesture underlying the bending of a sheet of wood.
In fact, its perfect execution is the result of skilful mastery of this technique and respect for the extreme attention to detail.
The wooden sheet is held, almost in tension, by a ring positioned at different heights with respect to the cylindrical body. A decisive graphic sign that hovers in space, composable just like notes in a musical score.