New tables: From material fetish to the Zen factor
by Jasmin Jouhar | 4/11/2017
Be they short or long of leg, simply unique or extravagant: there’s no end to the variety of tables in Milan.
We brushed colour onto the transparent glass surface, then blew another layer of coloured paint on top. Mixing colours through the brush’s unevenness produced a natural effect like wood grain or stone.
The tense perfection of glass’ glossiness and
smoothness fuses with handwork’s imperfect texture to create an unusual material, employed here for an eight-piece collection including a side table, console, bench and dining table.
|Table top shape||rectangular|
|Colors||shades of grey|