Eero’s approach to industrial design has often seen simple and hidden forms become real and visible objects. Screws are used in most pieces of furniture – but the Screw coffee table loses its hardware association and becomes part of a household in a new way. It is available in two sizes and three colours. The Screw was designed in 1991 by Eero Aarnio.
Elegant and precious low tables in bright polished stainless steel and glass, characterized by an intriguing game of reflections and transparencies. The use of “neutral” materials makes them suitable for different interiors. In different dimensions and heights, can be used as cocktail tables, side tables or occasional tables. Can be disassembled.
Family of cocktail tables, side tables, occasional tables with different heights and width. While the conical base tends to disappears in the shadow, the top is raised from the ground and lives of intriguing reflections and shades of colours. The reflections of the glass top, whose perfectly glossy surface mirrors everything around, recreating the mystic reflection effect of perfectly still water, or those of the marble top, for the rich grains and mosaic of minerals it is made of. Base made from molded polyurethane BAYDUR®60, lacquered with glossy finishes. Top in back-lacquered glass or in stone. 120cm version on wheels, hidden inside the base, removable
Low tables with cylindrical metal base in two heights and widths. Base with "diamond finish" coating, in light nickel, bronze tobacco, titanium colours. Top in laminated stopsol glass, silver or bronze, backlit by an LED lamp placed inside, powered by a rechargeable battery. Easy to move thanks to hidden wheels in the base.
Allout is an occasional table that serves as a useful set-down space in the living room or bedside table in the bedroom. Its circular shape means it has plenty of storage space inside, which is exploited to the full with a handy drawer featuring a grip edge at the top of the front. It comes in a matt lacquered finish, available in any of the colours from the catalogue.