Legnoquadro table by Hangar Design Group for Horm

March 5th, 2012 by retail design blog

The clean forms and basic features of wood converge were taken advantage of to create an item that merges aesthetics and functionality. The initial idea centered on a furnishing accessory that would fit into various domestic environments, charging them with personality. Legnoquadro is a piece of furniture created through the philosophy of dematerialization, the thought of deconstruction that, by subtracting the material essence, becomes the true protagonist of the project.

An ultra light, excavated core, a rhythmic cube built with same-sized, square-based pieces that differ in height. The geometrical composure of the top is made of various wood types in contrasting shades. The model’s functional, innovative features lie in the cavity that conceals wiring devices, while the overall harmony of empty and full spaces is ensured by a subtle balance between fragmentation and compactness; a sort of wooden puzzle contributing towards its purpose”.

Designed by Hangar Design Group for Horm


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