Common Table by Nabito Architects

March 14th, 2013 by retail design blog

“The common table” is a revolutionary design that takes the Italian furniture industry a step closer into the future. It is a condenser, taking all of our daily activities and converging them into a single product. The common table reinterprets the space of the Home by re-enacting the original concept of the kitchen space as a “big table” of sharing.

The project was presented at the XIII. Biennial of Architecture in Venice 2012, the Prototype has been developed and presented in January 2013 with the collaboration of Arrex le cucine and Officina Design.

Designed by Nabito Architects

Collaborators:
Oriol Llach main designer
Valentina Esposito management & marketing
Gildo Incitti, Ernesto Di Santo

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2 thoughts on “Common Table by Nabito Architects

  1. Carol says:

    Genial!

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