Gazelle

/ Lightness and stability characterize a table made even more functional by its apparent imbalance

The Gazelle table concept is based on an apparent imbalance between the top and the structure supporting it.

The top’s surface, made by concrete or mdf, has solid characteristics, the structure supporting it, in tubular painted steel, is drawn in a sequence of three different and unpredictable positions.

The parallelepipeds shaping the structure are fixed alternatively perpendicularly or parallel to the surface, whose frames look like voids and let the plane almost lift into the air. The table therefore does not have legs at the ends, making it easier to place the chairs around the table itself.

  • Info
    • Client
      Driade
    • Year
      2013
    • Design team
      Filippo Pagliani, Michele Rossi
  • Datasheet

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