‘Oxymoron’ desk by Anna Lotova
It was while working on her thesis project that architect Anna Lotova began searching for the light-hearted, hidden humor in every material and medium, says she “I was trying to give space to the natural behavior of materials, while looking for contrasts in shape, color and material.” The result, ‘Oxymoron’, is a desk composed of two alcantara-covered layers of foam placed between plywood sheets forming a “toolbox” to store documents, objects and technical devices.
‘Puzzle’ table by Alberto Dias Ribeiro for KUB, photo: © Alexandra Marques
A2OFFICE architect Alberto Dias Ribeiro has created a coffee table consisting of five distinct parts, four removable and one core component, that can be combined to create a closed cube or multiple variations with voids.
‘Tron’ table by Marc Sadler for Capo d’Opera
Marc Sadler’s ‘Tron’ table for Italian design brand Capo d’Opera is a tribute to the 1982 cult classic directed by Steven Lisberger, Tron, a science fiction film with avant-garde art direction and a milestone for the massive use of computer graphics in film.
‘Spike’ Table by Lukas Bürki for Glas Trösch
In Lukas Bürki’s Spike table design two parallel table tops combine the lightness of glass with the warm feel of wood, used here for the leg construction.
‘Cockpit’ iPhone/iPod Docking Table by Spectral
Spectral’s Cockpit is a clever end table range with an integrated docking station for iPhones and iPods on top. Photos, music and videos can now sit directly next to the sofa on a clutter free surface. Three different styles, CP01 with a thin glass top, CP02 with an integrated drawer and CP03 with an enclosure for a subwoofer, have hidden cable runs and a top held in place with magnets that can be rotated in four directions (CP02, CP03).
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