Wooden coffee table by Roberto Giacomucci for Riva 1920

April 28th, 2013 by retail design blog

For Riva I designed a wooden coffee table that proposes an icon, with a strong symbolic value, dear to those who work with this material: the screw. But everything is veiled with humor and playfulness. The coffee table, at first glance, seems to be firmly “screwed” on the ground and we are witnessing a shift in perspective worthy of Alice in Wonderland: the small object is distorted and, as if by magic, oversized to fulfill a new function.

Designed by Roberto Giacomucci for Riva 1920






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