Silhouette Sideboards come from Marco Sousa, an architect working with Bat Eye in Portugal. In response to the press launch we have been despatched, the Silhouette idea derives from the shapes of the town of Porto: Following my diploma and after a number of years devoted to structure, I felt the necessity to design furnishings, which might convey collectively the weather that bridge artwork and structure. My pure ideas become religious and cultural expressions from the locations. The shapes, actions, gestures, (chromatic) that my eyes behold are transcribed into the furnishings as a tribute to these locations. The intention is to create elements from everywhere in the world for the world. The town´s silhouette shouldn’t be wiped from our reminiscence, even when our eyes are closed. The Silhouette sideboards function hand-painted tiles, chrome steel helps and excessive-gloss end. Their imposing dimensions (peak 95cm, width 230cm, depth 85cm) name for a big room with a clear design strategy. Do you recognize this daring concept?