An articulated play of corners, strong asymmetries and misalignment, fills and empties make up Piet, a containing cabinet with shapes coming from the modern architecture. Its dimensions allow it to be both hang on a wall or to be used as filter between different spaces. 

Its shape, the inclined sides and the hanging base create a clear and noninvasive scenery flat. The three restored teak elements have different openings. The open compartment in the middle create a shadow that converses with the one created by the opening on the sides.

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