Ceralacca & Vibra coffee table by Roberto Giacomucci

April 26th, 2013 by retail design blog

Roberto Giacomucci with Ceralacca proposes a table in which each leg was soaked in an amorphous material and matched to the surface, forever joint to it: a modern sealing wax which solidifies thus identifying, as a seal, the designer and his creation. On the other hand Vibra, a small prismatic table interacting with the surrounding environment as if it were in motion, reproduces the idea of time as space displacement.

Designed by Roberto Giacomucci

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