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countach dining table
designed by: Cl. Weisshaar & R. Kram
The computer is the genesis of the design process of the Countach tables. Through algorithms,
forms are obtained that are visually reminiscent of plant germination, in this case generated
technologically! The tables are available in two sizes; they have a tempered glass top and
colored base, powder painted on steel plate. They tables are conceived for high tech homes
and offices. The Countach table features a steel base and legs in your choice of blue & white,
orange & grey or red & black varnish finish with PVC glides and a smoke grey tempered glass top.
table 525: 86.5" w x 35.5" d x 28.75" h. available at:
moroso.it
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the float table
designed by: Jessica Banks
Acclaimed for its capricious, yet sturdy disposition. The Float table is a matrix of "magnetized"
wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in
equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables.

It's classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to
seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float's dynamic character.
watch video  available at: rockpaperrobot.com
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sundial bookcase
designed by: Nendo Design
A bookcase with shelving featuring a series of satin-finished or transparent dividers set at slightly different
angles like the shadows of a sundial. The detail in the separators set at various slants gives Sundial a note
of originality and arouses curiosity. To the eyes of the beholder, the dividers and the books they hold look
as if they are in constant evolution. Sundial is available with a glossy white or black frame and has four
shelves. This light and versatile bookcase is of moderate size so that several units can be lined up together
and easily be set against a wall or used as a room divider. The injection-moulded dividers are satin-finished
or transparent with contrasting glossy edges. available at:
kartell.com
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blanket
designed by: Front
Blankets are something we have got used to laying carefully over the sofa’s armrest, but with this piece the
blanket gets to spread out over the entire surface of the furniture. This playful role reversal gives the furniture
an entirely unique identity, an identity which is further strengthened by the edge of the blanket having
welt piping made of the same fabric as the sofa or from leather. Blanket is a move away from rigid formality
towards something that is welcoming and comfortable. For the colour of the main body, you can choose
between black-stained, white-stained or clear-stained oak. available at:
materia.se
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flow bench
designed by: Arktura
Smooth, flowing shapes provide a striking, sensual seating space and create a sculptural design
statement. The Flow Bench is made of a composite that realizes a functional bench through a
dynamic fluid form. Dimensions:  84”L x 24.5”W x 25”H Seat: 18”H Composite. *All colors are
interior use only. Please inquire about custom colors and exterior coatings.
available at:
arktura.com
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altea
designed by: Carlo Colombo
for  Giorgetti
The headrest frame is in profiled steel with the padding in cold foamed polyurethane covered
with fabric. The bed frame, in plywood, has supports of the slatted base that can be regulated
in height. The central crossbar is in painted metal with supports to regulate height to use single
slat bases. The completely removable upholstery can be in fabric or leather in one color or
two colors with the external part of the headrest and the bed frame in leather and the
internal part in fabric or leather. available at:
scottcooner.com
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XO™ Sofa
designed by: Nolen Niu
The XO™ sofa is a 2-seater concept blending chaise lounge style seating orientation within a
traditional 3-seater format. Large armrest surfaces and faceted sides create comfortable
conversational seating. It can also be placed back to back creating a dynamic commercial
seating environment. Commercial grade High Resilience foam along with a Poplar hardwood
frame ensures longevity.  available at:
yliving.com
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autoreggente
designed by: Patrizia Bertolini
The balance effect, the apparent instability, and slimness becomes strength: the Autoreggente
table represents the synthesis of motion and stability. The glass top and the legs in walnut or
beech wood intertwine and permeate one another, producing a perception of light solidity,
giving this table a unique design. available at:
horm.it
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