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.
One round and one rectangular small table whose tops are supported by a square frame which folds like a Japanese screen – a byobu in fact. The model is a reversal of the idea of a traditional screen, deforming it asymmetrically: some parts are joined and others elongated to create an unusual and original shape which maintains the structural balance, creating at the same time optical variety.
|Table finish||table with glider base|
|Table top shape||rectangular|