Furniture for Image and Sound

Architect: Lina Stergiou
Photos: Nikos Baxevanoglou

TV dancing boxes is a multiple use device designed for TV and for storing a variety of image and sound devices. All of its parts turn around a vertical axis, open in all possible ways and can be useful in their last centimeter. It assembles and disassembles and is supported on wheels so as to be easily carried in new environments. This piece of furniture is a means of mental travel in just one package.

4 mm raw sheet iron with silver grey powder coating. White semi-transparent plexi glass.

Exhibited in:

2004-today: Femmes Architectes en Euro-méditerranée, travelling exhibition, organized by Association pour Recherche sour la Ville et l’Habitat ARVHA Paris. Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Paris; Biblioteca Nazionale Turin for the XXIII Congress of UIA Union International of Architects; The Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Strasbourg INSA, Strasbourg; Centre Georges Pompidou Beaubourg, Paris; RIBA Gallery, London; Marseille; Spain; Ireland; Belgium; Morocco and Algeria. Participation upon invitation representing Greece
2003: 3rd Busan International Cultural Festival, Exhibition and Convention Center of Busan, Korea
2003: Athens-scape. The 2004 Olympics and the metabolism of the city, RIBA gallery, Florence hall, London, U.K.
2001: 3rd Biennale of Young Greek Architects, Syntagma metro station Athens, Royal theater Thessaloniki, Greece

Published in:

2002: Architecure d’Aujourd’hui (Paris) #341/July-August ‘02
2001: ‘Places of Nomadic Dwelling’ catalogue of the 3rd Biennale of Young Greek Architects, Athens, Greece
2000: Design+Art in Greece (Athens) #31