The new Pascal system of tables is distinguished by the visual lightness of its die-cast aluminum wing-shaped legs which is connected without interruption with the horizontal supporting structure on which the top rests, available in a variety of materials, solid wood, marble or ceramic, creating an interplay of superimpositions and double thickness. Produced by the industrial soul that has enabled the attainment of unprecedent lengths, it is combined with Pioggia, the padded chair that complements the family composed of the chair Neve and the armchair Ghiaccio. The chair structure is made of solid ash, in the finishes natural, black stained, red stained and white stained, with visibly tapered legs and soft padding.
The Materic table is a sculptural object where the absolute simplicity of design is juxtaposed to the sophistication of materials and workmanships. With a round and tapered marble table top, laying on a turned truncated cone as a base in solid ash, Materic can also feature at the centre a coplanar rotating tray in marble realized in the same slab of the top or a revolving wooden tray leaning on the top in the same finishes of the base. Here is matched with the Frank armchair, freely inspired by French decoration. Its design unites three distinct elements in a harmonious indissoluble whole: the soft, enveloping shell-shaped back, the solid, robust metal legs that gain momentum thanks to the variable section, which is at first thin and then gets wider to support more firmly, and the high thickness of the seat with elastic straps, providing superior comfort.
Available in a new oval version, Jeff table’s streamlined surface in solid chestnut appears to be suspended upon the 2 central bases. Their unusual geometry, an open half curve which is as thin as a piece of paper, is made in injection moulding polished plastic, triggering reflective effects which mutate continuously. Inspired to the typical 1950’s furniture, Voyage chair is made up of an exposed structure in tapered solid maple and the tight-fitting leather covering giving shape to a very comfortable and ergonomic seat and backrest.
The Ryoba table pays homage to the naturalness of materials and the beauty of imperfection, with a drawn brass tube frame and top in European cherry wood. The very thick triangular legs create an easel on which the substantial top rests: three solid wood boards, each slightly different from the other, simply assembled without glue with a subtle tapering. The Franciscan proportions of the table, which is narrow and long to respect the natural size of the trunks, invite to a new intimate conviviality, while the exposed cracks and tiled knots underscore the poetry of this beautiful traditional wood, perfectly matching with the soft design and excellent workmanship of the Pioggia padded seat.
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