A term first used in the 15th century, borrowed from Middle French areste, an axis from which parallel lines radiate in opposing directions, like the awn of an ear of grain, or a fish skeleton viewed laterally.
The structural nuances in the Arris collection, with it's subtle gradation and rythmic repetition celebrate the undeniable beauty of the simplification of forms to their geometric essentials.
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