C/RO - Ro coffee table
Airy steel structure supports glass tabletop
Sweeping curves and sharp angles come together in the geometric base of a new coffee table designed and produced by Copenhagen interior architect Camilla Rosén.
The round, tempered glass surface rests on a metal frame that features two perpendicular semi-circles, which you can see crossing over each other beneath the glass. These curves sit on top of a more angular section of the frame, creating a juxtaposition of sharp edges and smooth arches.
The base is made from galvanised powder-coated steel so you can use it outside as well, and it comes in white or burgundy. There’s also a dining table version with the same base.
Camilla runs her own furniture brand, C/RO, and heads up another creative practise called Rosen Concept, which specialises in concept development and interior design.
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