Polygon low table
Category: Tables and coffee tables
Three tables are based upon the same formal origin as Polygon easy chair. The dominant triangular form is accentuated when viewed from the side, but once the observer begins to move, three triangles of the base overlap into complex three-dimensional drawings. The height and the surface of the top plates of the tables are counterpointed resulting in radical difference of inclinations of diagonal lines of the steel bars.
Polygon low table comes in two new sizes. Lower table with diameter of 84 cm and higher one with 60 cm diameter. Table top can be made of solid wood, MDF with Fenix or HPL suitable for outdoor use. Construction of metal rods bent into shape of bracket makes an ideal match to a modernist typology of Polygon easy chair.
Numen / For Use is an internationally acclaimed design collective led by product designers Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljković. For the past 20 years the group has been active globally in the fields of industrial and spatial design, scenography and conceptual art. Numen’s distinctive experimental vigor and interdisciplinary approach is reflected in the variety of objects and spaces they design for Prostoria. Their visual language is consciously reduced and implicit, and their concepts are strongly based in form and formal expression, while grounded in respect for local modernist heritage and its wide societal impact. Their designs for Prostoria include Polygon, Oblique and Trifidae easy chairs, Oblikant, Bik, Dobra and Osmo chairs, and Revolve, Layout, Absent, Segment, Combine and Fade sofas.
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