The Teorema project is the solid part of a void. It is the flip side of Grado°, the collection that explores the form of a void. It is the mould as design, the template transferred and shifted that becomes micro architecture, and exceeds all disciplinary boundaries. Ron Gilad turns the chest of drawers featuring rotating elements in space into a storage unit where containment and open glass parts are stacked to create a single solid with a densely faceted surface.
The drawers can be placed in axis or unusually offset at 20° to the rest of the unit. The finish, either Canaletto Walnut or Eucalyptus, is a perfect combination of the micrometrical precision of the mechanical machining and the craftsmanship involved in folding and gluing the structural elements. A unit made of American walnut with open compartments or drawers used as a single unit or stacked in a linear or offset mode, to create night tables, chests of drawers or modular systems for the living area.