Centered on surprise
At the new 25 Hours Hotel “The Circle” in Cologne, designer Werner Aisslinger has remained true to the concept and yet done (almost) everything differently.
It’s an architectural design defining the space. It’s a sophisticated and ironic game of optical effects. It’s Radical Fake, the desk with integrated library signed by Patricia Urquiola who designed for Cappellini even for the contract sector. The system is defined in the intersection of different linear elements animating an extraordinary tension between symmetry and asymmetry. This new stylistic balance is enhanced by different finishings chosen to highlight the function of each element. Thanks to technology, the surfaces reproduce the beauty of natural material like oak wood with its engraved veins and Venetian marble, also said Terrazzo, with its granules. Nothing is what it seems because each material is drawn from ancient artisan techniques to be later reproduced in a serial production logic. The preciousness of woods and marbles become the visual elements of a new pop interpretation of interior design.
|Length||1200 mm / 0 mm|
|Width||1200 mm / 2370 mm|
|Height||730 mm / 1000 mm|
|Table finish||with side panels|
|Table top shape||square|
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