A unique construction shows the dual relationship between the icosahedron and the dodecahedron.
Fabricated from a single stainless steel module that repeats itself thirty times to create a perfect sphere.
Toro G10 came to be while looking for a way to construct a toroidal figure from assembled solid wood modules.
Altair pays attention to the brightest star in Aquila´s constellation. This limited edition piece conforms a perfect sphere assembled by hand in american walnut.
Inspired by the homonymous Greek myth of Narcissus, this piece is conformed by a modular structure of hand polished stainless steel petals.
Is a stainless steel sculptural piece, that draws its name from one of the 48 constellations Ptolomeo registered back in the II Century and is one of the biggest one known so far.
Hidra II draws its name from one of the 48 constellations Ptolomeo registered back in the II Century and is one of the biggest one known so far.
Inspired by Alexandria’s Lighthouse, Pedro Cerisola designed this modular structures delivering a unique system of connection between the pieces.
Polen combines the structural features of wood with the brightness of colors. This piece shows the dual relation between the dodecahedron and the icosahedron.
POLEN I, revisited. A new take on the possibilities of the dual relation between the dodecahedron and the icosahedron.
Aquila is versatile and well built. Inspired by both the constellation on the Celestial Equator and the bird that carried Zeus/Jupiter’s thunderbolts, Aquila is the result of the unique combination of the cube and the octahedron structures.
Hyperion takes its name from one of the Saturnian moons. Aquila is based in a profound search into the new possibilities of the octahedral geometry.
A revision of AQUILA, Aquila V is a new possibility for the combination of the cube and the octahedron.
Unique artwork made in collaboration between Estudio Cerisola and Colombian glass artist and artisan, Luisa Restrepo.