With this series being structured around a T-bar or crossbar, zero screws and minimal fixtures are in play. Instead, everything centres on a single mathematically driven construct.

Peter Ghyczy describes the Pivot Series as having design principles that are not unlike a deck of cards, where a simple slit and slide mechanism can make for the most pivotal construct. Once again, contrasting and unconventional design come together to create something very functional.
Crossing stainless steel frames, connected by cast metal elements, create the structure for this glass table. The square tubing is available in either 3 × 3 cm (T48/3) or 4 × 4 cm (T48/4) sizes. The glass tabletop, available in 15 mm or 24 mm thickness, rests upon cast metal mounts, available in 4 different styles.
Ristretto frame, ristretto details and hexagonal glass supports D.120 x H.40 cm glass 24 mm


With a list of clients that includes Karl Lagerfeld, Sarah Andelman from Colette, former Gucci creative director Frida Giannini and Beatrix of The Netherlands, GHYCZY is a company that graces the lives of some of the world’s most stylish people.