Tangle tables designed by Nendo lock together in a tight embrace.
Harsh lines make room to a dynamic decorative detail that set apart the fourth leg and restore flexibility to the whole composition. The twisting leg allows the tables to be stacked one on top of the other, their modular configuration can easily accommodate many different layouts. The metal structure supports a top made of small glass tiles obtained from old screens creating ever-different mosaic surfaces, each one handmade. Available in anthracite, grey moss, white and terracotta colours and three different heights and sizes. Natural ash and laminate are available for the top table.
Under the direction of architect Oki Sato, the group that gathers under the name Nendo has represented a cultured and refined alternative to self-celebrative design since 2002. “Nendo” means “clay” in Japanese; the job of the Nendo group in the field of interior architecture, furniture and graphics is to be as pliable and flexible as clay. In a just few short years and running on big personality and unmatched determination in the field of modern design, Nendo has already received several international credits..