PAOLA ANTONELLI: This piece is called D-Sofa, short for double sofa.
RON ARAD: There's a prototype here, which is, in a way, one of my favorite pieces in the show. It's like patchwork. It didn't intend to be patchwork. I just did the shape by whatever pieces I had lying on the floor of the studio. And some of them are stainless steel, some are mild steel. Some have like doodles that I used to draw with the angle grinder. And it aged beautifully and it got amazing patina. And it was like, leftovers of paint and stuff like that. I was in New York when I saw the owner of this buying it from the gallery. And I can say I was really jealous. If I could steal a piece from the show it would be this D-Sofa prototype from '94.