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Richard Ceccanti Aston - Architect


Architecture/Interiors:
  1. NM
  2. DT
  3. GB
  4. GT
  5. BC.1
  6. ZL
  7. OT
  8. CB
  9. MXs

Objects:
  1. Servo Muto
  2. P.02
  3. M Shelf
  4. Elica
  5. Hidden I
  6. Hidden II
  7. Cerchio
  8. Rib
  9. Tall Mattia
  10. Tubo 
  11. Brut
  12. Small Mattia

Exhibitions/Art Direction:
  1. P.01 x Superstudio
  2. Ax / Io x Bianchi Bicycles
  3. DM Series for MamBo
  4. After casket for Art Omi
  5. Edit 21

Intentions:
  1. Spaces for inhabiting and working, adaptable and resilient
  2. Objects meant for display and containment, both of other objects and themselves
  3. A curatorial approach to inhabitation and possession, as a small revolutionary act


Mark

Brut coffee table


IC / 800 BC
From The Book of Changes

Here an individual is confronted by obstacles that cannot be overcome directly. In such a situation it is wise to pause in view of the danger and to retreat. However, this is merely a preparation for overcoming the obstructions. One must join forces with friends of like mind and put themself under the leadership of a person equal to the situation: then one will succeed in removing the obstacles. This requires the will to persevere just when one apparently must do something that leads away from their goal. This unswerving inner purpose brings good fortune in the end. An obstruction that lasts only for a time is useful for self–development. This is the value of adversity.


Coffee table, companion to the P.02 
 




Mark