The Franco-Argentine artist Pablo Reinoso is a specialist in the metamorphosis of wood. In his studio in Malakoff, France, he creates works of aerial flexibility, requiring sophisticated technical skills. This is the case, for example, of his series of installations that we will define as design, humorously called “Spaghetti Benches”. Located in public places and museums, they symbolize both the return of the material to the wild state, and at the same time the emancipation of the environment, bored and numb, trying to stretch and take other stands. But the eye will also see the poetic extension of the object, as in conversation with its environment.