Koshi is a line of furniture developed from the industrial waste of the Uruguayan Divino mattress factory. It is made by joining similar pieces, with variations in size, which when joined evoke different shapes from those presented separately. The wood used in both structures and legs comes from the recycling of the packaging of the springs used to make mattresses, which appears broken because it was originally intended only to keep these springs compressed for easy transport.
When a set of straight pieces is joined together, a curved view is formed from the complement made by the human eye in the
empty spaces. Without having any real curve, the product represents constant circular shapes.