05 Mar '13 Alungo
The console Alungo dated 1849 was originally made out of cherry-wood with a later fir-wood made superfetation of the upper level. Ground elevation definitely scanty. Its old and tired legs were broken and injured in the lower part and asked for help,assistance. Alungo is now a real, functional and normal sized table. Its three legs have been strengthened and raised by subsuming its feet to volumes of a translucid non-toxic resin. In addition, a square glass made flat surface -whose side corresponds to the console diameter- has been added to Alungo, in order to submit to its new functions. This glass is placed on a steel structure with weldings and grinding process in view.