Design Vladimír Ambroz / 2010
The author of this furniture has, after 90 years, brought founder of Neoplasticism Piet Mondrian’s static canvas into the dimension of space and movement. The varied shapes of the shelves, the sizes of the drawers and the moveable coloured doors allow the hiding of what is meant to be hidden while simultaneously providing a constantly changing reinterpretation of the famous painter’s work.
It can be seen from the Moving Mondrian bookcase that the compact materials known as DuPont™ Corian® are suitable for far more than their typical use in kitchen work surfaces. Moving Mondrian demonstrates how such unrelated things as a painter’s canvas and furniture can be mutually and closely combined in a designer’s mind.