Leonidas is a lattice that filters light and sight. If we look at it, we can extract a triple reading: first we have a two-dimensional grid of perfectly aligned round holes, secondly we have a set of reliefs that forms squares and circular grooves that are neatly integrated into the perforated grid, providing an important factor of three-dimensionality to the piece. And finally we have the accordion-shaped semi-folding, typical of this typology of elements and which provides a fluid complexity to the whole.
Leonidas is a game of modulation. From a single cell and its Cartesian repetition, a speech rich in volumetric syllables is obtained, a wall of chiaroscuro that articulates the space and modulates the light.