05 Mar '13 Scissa
Scissa was an old cherry wood chest, made with feather corners. Abandoned in a humid place, it has a seriously decayed wooden bottom, festering and eroded by woodworms. Scissa is now a modern living room base. Saffron yellow panels, positioned on the furniture, divide it in two and gain in the centre a new open compartment. The underside one is studied to having an eventual multi media box, and the upside as a free level support, independent of top opening.