Set No. 5
aims to create new domestic environments, where units are homogenized through physical and visual similarities. Together they build an autonomous setting independent from their context.
Set No. 5 consists of two pieces which perform social and domestic activities based around entertainment and conversation. The pieces are fabricated from hardwood, and finished with a gradient car paint gloss. The reflective finish gives the set an inherent softness by revealing the overall geometries of the form through the subtle changes in color.
is a new york / london based multidisciplinary practice founded by spanish architect Álvaro Gómez-Sellés and canadian architect Marisa Müsing. müsing–sellés explores and re-interprets the relationships between form and utility, moving away from expected functionality in everyday furniture.