Rayuela Stool by Alvaro Catalán de Ocón
by Harry / April 12, 2012
From Alvaro Catalán de Ocón design studio, a modular stool with a tile-like pattern on top that can be "infinitely repeated".


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"Traditional tile designs can spread infinitely by just repeating a single shape, creating patterns by combining different colors of the same material."

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"The most efficient form, offering the greatest possibilities, is the rhombus. Three of them make a hexagon which is the best way to cover a surface. Using three colors you get a fascinating optical effect."

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"Putting together these two principles we obtain the idea for this product: making a stool from a single basic piece (a leg with 1/3 of the seat), which repeated three times becomes a stool and many of them in combination create a borderless surface with infinite pattern combinations." Photos above: Falkwyn de Goyeneche.

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Rayuela will be presented at Galleria Rossana Orlandi in Milan during Salone del Mobile 2012 in Milan.

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Photos: Alfonso Herranz.

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