Scoubidou plastic threads were used to replace the old fashioned rattan weave, and a well thought out wrapping method was acquired. Plastic was used for comfort, European Oak handles were used for touch and appearance and metal was used for strength and lightness.
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The Royal Sailing Club of San Sebastián is one of the most singular designs of the “Movimiento Moderno”, by José Manuel Aizpurúa and Joaquín Labayen architects, it was opened in 1929. Now, this racionalist building that reminds the silhouette a of ship, has been refurbished by José Ángel Medina architect for GU.
Duffy London’s design team took inspiration from the Spitfire’s distinctive elliptical wing to create this cross-section aluminium table, and just like the Spitfire, the streamlined structure of the table, features a large number of compound curves built up from a skeleton, creating a combination of longitudinal stripes which form a light and rigid structure.