A light and effective creation: a low and geometric coffee table that comes from the intersection of two offset cubes, whose upper "L" profile supports an extralight glass top.
The iron structure, painted with opaque black epoxy powder, creates a play of joints and transparencies that recalls the labyrinthic drawings by Escher.
Maximum load on top centre 50 kg
(maximum bearable weight 2,8 kg on its protruding corners)
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..