by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/4/2018
The media company Condé Nast Germany has moved to the Richard Meier Building in Munich after an extensive redesign.
The new family of accessories presented by lapalma at Salone del Mobile reminds people of chess in its refined two-color choice. Designed by Francesco Rota, JEY contemporary service-tables in two different heights (45 and 50 cm) and four different tops complete the broad selection of the brand in the lounge area. The focus on matter is one of the most peculiar characteristics of this new product: the tables combine a precious cylindrical base of marble or concrete, conveying stability to the whole, with a top of 10mm Fenix laminate in several shapes (a circle, a rounded-off square, a hexagon, a rounded-off triangle). The tables can be accessorized by a handle-shaped bent tubular, facilitating its movement whenever needed. A perfect support for books, magazines, glasses and other objects, the new Lapalma small tables elegantly fit in public spaces (corporate environments, hotels, bars, restaurants etc.) as well as in apartments with a contemporary flavor. Practical, versatile, and characterized by a linear, although immediately recognizable design, these tables enrich with elegance Lapalma lounge-oriented offer, along with Francesco Rota’s ADD modular seating system, Hee Welling’s Pass and Auki chairs, and Anderssen & Voll’s Kipu ottomans.
|Table finish||table with column base|
|Table top shape||square|
shades of grey