POLKA DOTS FULLWHITE
Horm. it honours Toyo Ito on the occasion of the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize by covering, with a new skin, one of the most iconic products of the Great Master. Polka Dots blends the minimalist graphics and formal rigour evoked in the Za-Koenji theatre in Tokyo (2005-2008). The new cover is white, like the face of a Geisha, a symbol of Japanese beauty and elegance. When the internal lights in Polka Dots are switched on, the methacrylate disc inserts are illuminated, creating a magical play of light and shade.
Structure and doors made from melamine-coated and lacquered particleboard. The thickness of the structure is 18 mm, the back panel 10 mm, and the fixed central divider 36 mm. Doors with frosted methacrylate disc inserts. Shelves made from transparent tempered glass, with polished edge, 5 mm thick. PVC or felt bumpers. Internal lights. Optional base, height 16 cm or 32 cm, made from powder-coated iron.
Body and doors: white lacquered or mocha
Optional metal base: white or black