Ottoman

Sezgin Aksu’s preparatory sketches.

The Netherlands-based De Stijl movement embraced an abstract, pared-down aesthetic centered in basic visual elements such as geometric forms and primary colors. Partly a reaction against the decorative excesses of Art

Deco, the quality of De Stijl art was envisioned by its creators as a universal visual language appropriate to the modern and contemporary era.


Contemporary artist Mel Bochner artwork, Rules of Evidence.

Ottoman Bookcase is an art container, on one side it is a painting that doubles as a separé, on the other is a large three-dimensional frame to contain and exhibit books, artworks and precious objects.