Gergeti coffee table by NVDRS

June 29th, 2013 by retail design blog

The coffee table Gergeti is actually a flexible system, made of different elements that could be used separately or all together. It’s defined by a strong but as well minimalist geometry, that decorates different environments and contexts, and by different materials, combined in a harmonic and graceful way.

Its selling point is the opportunity to divide the wooden surface -that could be brought separately as an equipped tray- from the single elements, the accessories: the vase, the ashtray or the candle holder. These ones could be wedged in the wooden surface or used and brought in separate environments as single objects.

Thanks to the multi level system that characterizes the main surface, the table doesn’t lose any aesthetic or stylish strength: au contraire, it becomes a furnishing object that gains so a surplus value: a true iconic project. NVDRS have exposed Gergeti at B.Factory in Ventura Lambrate design District during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013.

Designed by NVDRS
Photo by Valerio Donghi

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