Octa Table by Bartoli Design for Bonaldo

April 21st, 2013 by retail design blog

Octa derives from the Greek word “okta” and the Latin word “octo”, meaning “eight” – the number of legs that make up the table. This table has been designed for Bonaldo by Bartoli Design. The idea of a table with metal rod legs was created by playing pick-up sticks. Ordered chaos, lightness and filigree are just a few of the characteristics that this product may bring to mind. This is a product that desires to be unusual and elegant.







http://www.arthitectural.com/bartoli-design-octa-table/

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