This abstract wall panel was made in Italy in the 1970s and has a particularly high decorative quality. The movement to which we can attribute this object is brutalism due to its coarse structure and repetitive formal language.Its design primarily consists of four layers of varnished pine wood that overlap each other. This has created a relief with shadows that stands out beautifully against the wall.
Each panel is respectively made up of eight, seven or six wooden parts. The front panel is made of teak and acts as an intermediate layer for the abstract shape of pine wood at the front and the layers behind it.Positioned against a rear wall not only provides a spectacular appearance, but also creates dynamism and breaks through generic views of the interior. It can therefore rightly be called a conversation piece. In addition, the gold-colored patina of the wood radiates a pleasant warmth.
This object has been restored in our studio according to the correct standards. Small signs of use such as scratches and dents are part of the surface and have a positive effect on the look and feel of this special work.