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Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Those are the words of  Leonardo da Vinci,  a polymath of the Renaissance.

This piece looks at creating an impression of imbalance while having a complete equilibrium. Studied and designed for its context, this piece uses pure geometric shapes. Nairï (Armenian: Նայիրի) was the Assyrian name for a confederation of tribes in the Armenian Highlands in the 12-13 century BC.

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NAIRÏ

Tuff, also known as volcanic tuff, is a type of rock made of volcanic ash ejected from a vent during a volcanic eruption.

Black, Transparent

1/8

Length: 120cm  Height: 45cm  Depth: 40cm

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Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Those are the words of  Leonardo da Vinci,  a polymath of the Renaissance.

Nairï (Armenian: Նայիրի) was the Assyrian name for a confederation of tribes in the Armenian Highlands in the 12-13 century BC. The word is also used to describe the Armenian tribes who lived there during that period.

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Those are the words of  Leonardo da Vinci,  a polymath of the Renaissance.

Nairï (Armenian: Նայիրի) was the Assyrian name for a confederation of tribes in the Armenian Highlands in the 12-13 century BC. The word is also used to describe the Armenian tribes who lived there during that period.

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Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Those are the words of  Leonardo da Vinci,  a polymath of the Renaissance.

Nairï (Armenian: Նայիրի) was the Assyrian name for a confederation of tribes in the Armenian Highlands in the 12-13 century BC. The word is also used to describe the Armenian tribes who lived there during that period.

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Copyright 2019 Momig Design. All rights reserved.