An extendible table designed by Guillaume Delvigne: "Creating an extendible table (...) with a strong personality (...) The extension leaf was problematic so I decided to make it the table's focal point by playing around with geometric shapes in the centre of the table. So, I chose a diamond shape that turns into a hexagon when you extend the table. I also used two shades of wood – pale and dark – which echo the simple codes of marquetry. For the look of this table, the aim was to enhance the solid wood aspect of the table top, for it to appear larger than the one which fits underneath. In order to do this, the table is lightened with receding rims and quite strongly-angled legs which are set back. It's pleasing to the eye, rounded, fluid and understated – in the spirit of Habitat design!" The complete interview is available on la vie est design.fr
Particle board top with oak veneer, and solid oak rim, extension leaves and base.
|1 x Parcel 1||171 cm||12 cm||94 cm||47 kg|