A table that uses the technology to cut holes in the glass. The table is structured so that glass sheets, with square holes in grid lines, are placed inside the glass box in 4 separate layers. Normally glass is considered as “being there” and that holes “do not exist”, however with this table the holes have a sense of existence and look as though they are floating in the air inside the table. In effect, an expression of “addition” has been achieved through “subtraction”. The positioning of the holes is shifted one sheet at a time, and the bottom of the interior is a mirror, which creates a pattern where the overlapping of the holes is regular in accordance with the viewing angle. In addition, there is a sense of fun to be able to choose what to place on the table, tailored to how the holes are overlapping.

for Glas Italia
mor, stv
Kenichi Sonehara