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Element | Desalto

Designer: Tokujin Yoshioka


Frame:
Steel
SHAPE:
Parallelogram
from 5945 €
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Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, has translated his research into abstracted representations of the natural structures expressed in the form of the 'Element' table collection.
The heart of the Element project lies in the single central support for the table, a metal parallelepiped that is reminiscent in its form of the minerals and quartzes found in nature, positioned at a slant, teetering between the base and the top as though almost challenging the laws of gravity. Magically suspended between earth and sky, “the mineral” gives character to a table that goes beyond the mere function of a support surface to take a prominent place as a sculpture in an environment. A project that is particularly complex from the engineering perspective, in which all Desalto’s skill and experience in the working of metals are expressed.

Material used: Stainless steel and aluminium.
Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, has translated his research into abstracted representations of the natural structures expressed in the form of the 'Element' table collection. (more)

The heart of the Element project lies in the single central support for the table, a metal parallelepiped that is reminiscent in its form of the minerals and quartzes found in nature, positioned at a slant, teetering between the base and the top as though almost challenging the laws of gravity. Magically suspended between earth and sky, “the mineral” gives character to a table that goes beyond the mere function of a support surface to take a prominent place as a sculpture in an environment. A project that is particularly complex from the engineering perspective, in which all Desalto’s skill and experience in the working of metals are expressed.

Material used: Stainless steel and aluminium.



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Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, has translated his research into abstracted representations of the natural structures expressed in the form of the 'Element' table collection.
The heart of the Element project lies in the single central support for the table, a metal parallelepiped that is reminiscent in its form of the minerals and quartzes found in nature, positioned at a slant, teetering between the base and the top as though almost challenging the laws of gravity. Magically suspended between earth and sky, “the mineral” gives character to a table that goes beyond the mere function of a support surface to take a prominent place as a sculpture in an environment. A project that is particularly complex from the engineering perspective, in which all Desalto’s skill and experience in the working of metals are expressed.

Material used: Stainless steel and aluminium.
Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, has translated his research into abstracted representations of the natural structures expressed in the form of the 'Element' table collection. (more)

The heart of the Element project lies in the single central support for the table, a metal parallelepiped that is reminiscent in its form of the minerals and quartzes found in nature, positioned at a slant, teetering between the base and the top as though almost challenging the laws of gravity. Magically suspended between earth and sky, “the mineral” gives character to a table that goes beyond the mere function of a support surface to take a prominent place as a sculpture in an environment. A project that is particularly complex from the engineering perspective, in which all Desalto’s skill and experience in the working of metals are expressed.

Material used: Stainless steel and aluminium.

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