Carati Side Tables by Mario Alessiani

January 21st, 2016 by retail design blog

Italian designer Mario Alessiani has created Carati, a collection of side tables inspired by the way diamonds are mounted on rings. Made of wood and iron, the plane is supported by the metal structure that contains the wood surface like a precious stone. The tables are entirely hand made in Italy. The main idea was to create an atypical relationship between the legs and the plane of the table, where the structure is supported by an horizontal pressure in stead of a vertical one of common tables. The result is the junction system that becames the main protagonist of the sign that is both functional and iconic.














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