About The Project
The Elm tree family is present in the Mexican territory, and they are the inspiration for the realization of geometric patterns and color contrasts; produced by all the branches, leaves, and roots of these silent witnesses to the history of Mexico.
The main features of the proposal are representing the transparencies and color contrasts common in trees. Using a of secuence of wood planes to generate a similar architectural latticework structure, it is easy to manufacture in any carpentry workshop, Eliminating the need for special tools such as CNC.
Furniture made of 16mm MDF with melamine finish on both sides, cut with circular saw, then joined with countersunk allen head screws. The corners are covered with 1mm PVC edge cover in the same tone.