Ians Table & Asia Table by Luca Pazzaglia

September 18th, 2014 by retail design blog

Design of a coffee table, based on a simple interesting geometry, consisting in two variations (the red one named Ians, the blue one named Asia), each one available in 4 sizes (S, M, L, XL). Built by a steel powered coated frame and a crystal top, the design represents lightness and immateriality. Lines are essential inspiring pure geometry. The base unit is a cube.

The geometry of Ians Table consist in a squared infinite modular loop that, never touching itself, creates a firm frame. In Asia Table’s geometry, one bracket goes direct to the rectangular frame, the other one passes through the centre of the empty space bordered by it, without touching its edges. This creates an effect of apparent instability, while the structure is securely steady.

Both the tables will maintain the same geometry when more units are combined. The Tables have been designed with flexibility and scalability in mind, providing solutions for a wide range of spaces.

Designed by Luca Pazzaglia

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