A plinth serves as a base for vertical architectual elements like columns. Throughout architectual history, this concept has been bearing cultural expressions, reflecting the specific values, the world view and contextual functionality of it’s time.

Plinth is a serving spatial element, ready to be loaded with both light and heavy objects meant to stay or to be parked temporarily.

Plinth’s semantics reflect our humane industrial age – sharp geometry meets sensory stimulating colours.

The edgy structure and it’s footprint aid in the object taking a stance – the low hight transforms the top surface into a stage for the objects placed on top, referring to the origin of a plinth to serve as a basis.

5 sheet metal plates – 2 bent and 3 straight, carefully measured and connected to create an intriguing interplay of lines and proportions.

Plinth features both a large top surface to load heavy stuff onto and a drawer to fill.

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