FUNCTIONAL ETERODOXITY

– Experimental relationships between form and function  –

Function follows form?

Functional Eterodoxity is a collection of “unusual models”, pieces of furniture that mix different formal references and invert the traditional gerarchy between form and function as accepted in the contemporary cultural paradigm from S.Sullivan and Adolf Loos to now. In this case the function is argued by the form, and the objects try to go beyond the postmodern idea of “unuseless” to define an experimental, hybrid and necessary confused perspective in which the form become the instrument to research and experiment on the field of the function.  Read more

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