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2015
Stonita Pavements
Javier Mariscal

Laid over compacted sand / 2,3 Kg; 3,6 Kg
Mariscal’s design is a reinterpretation of Antoni Gaudí’s pavement, also in a single model with a hexagonal format. The aim is to create a continuous pavement in which the interfaces and the bas-reliefs blend together in an isotropic texture. The “imperfect sketch“ is used as a method to produce a distorted off-centre hexagon which, in conjunction with the drainage grooves out to the perimeter, generates a product that can be installed at random.
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Jean Nouvel
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