Full and empty spaces, shadow and light. The work is done by subtraction, creating a clear and sinuous geometry of conscious absences. Asymmetry is the key, the inflection point of a lamp that creates different effects depending on its position. Calvino lives a constant dichotomy, in a game similar to the Chinese shadows that continue on the wall and thus create elegant and linear suggestions. A circular mirror can be oriented at will to illuminate and at the same time gather the surrounding space.