Pragma x Eutopiarch n5
The three most important events for Christianity, marking the holy easter triduum, took place around a still mysterious location, referred to the Gospels as GOLGOTHA.
The riddling last moments of the life of Christ - last supper, crucifixion, resurrection - become the focus of Eutopiarch’s investigation: three events, three days, three mysteries, taking shape in a design all based on the devine number 3.
The strong conceptual value defines a peculiar outcome: a table, or rather an altar, with the coldness of a funeral bed.
The metal of the Arma Christi nails and lance is chosen as the only material: a hand brushed steel slab is supported by three cross shaped legs, holding each other and functioning as a whole, being joined through cuts, like pieces of a puzzle.
The 3 crosses appear on the horizontal satin surface like liquid wounds, only reflective elements in the opaque object.
Dimensions: 225x75x75 cm
Brushed stainless steel
Supermirror finish stainless steel
GOLGOTHA is an auto production, hand made in Milan.
Lorenzo Piovella - visuals
Bagatti bronzisti - prototype