Starting Price: $ 1,367
15.75” H 23.6”ø 17.70” H 17.7”ø 19.68” H 23.6”ø
The constant search for lightness in different forms has led to a new project that has glass as its protagonist. The fine, organic shapes found in other products in the collection give way to glass transparency and basic geometric shapes. The wooden base works as a block and makes explicit the relationship between the two volumes (table and base) to balance the piece. The contrast between glass and wood – cold and hot, natural and artificial – is also explored in the project, seeking a balance between the textures and meanings of each material. The Glass table is available in clear and smoked finishes, and in two heights to be used individually or in pairs.
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