Thin Cities 3. Armilla [...] The fact remains that it has no walls, no ceilings, no floors: it has nothing that makes it seem a city except the water pipes that rise vertically where the houses should be and spread out horizontally where the floors should be: a forest of pipes that end in taps, shouwers, spouts, overflows. Against the sky a lavabo’s white stands out, or a bathtub, or some other porcelain, like late fruit still hanging from the boughs.
— extract from The Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino. (1978)

One form, three materials, millions of possibilities. Made with either wood, concrete or bronze, the materials integrity truly shines through its uncomplicated modern aesthetic that suits any setting.

The form is a reflection on Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities. The design invites the use of imagination the same way that Calvino invites us to reflect on our on perception and interpretation of the world around us.