When we divide up our interior spaces, we make a conscious effort to create something dynamic in the room, in the way we live and in the way we respond to the challenges that our interior spaces face. In essence, a physical separation, like Hide Me, also represents a way we decide to live our lives. We decide to move from one area to another to be able to better manage each thing separately. This is what Gino Carollo has managed to do. With Hide Me, he has created two different types of separation, one from the floor and the other from the ceiling. Several materials are combined in each panel: zebrano or eucalyptus wood, mirrors, varnished wood or metal inserts.
With this sharp contrast, this sharp separation so detailed, but at the same time so measured, it reflects our inner needs and recognitions.