Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Struttura Due Table by Davide Vercelli

Massive and laborious structure derived by bending a zoomorphic shape cut by a metal plate. The glass support is completed by ten bows bent and at the same time fixed at the center by a plate and joints screw/bolt balancing the vertical sense of the glass. The total height of the structure can be modified intervening on the inner part of the legs with a simple wrench. A graduated scale makes the horizontal alignment of the top easier.

Italian designer Davide Vercelli has created the Struttura Due table for the manufacturer Libero Stile.

All pics & info courtesy of contemporist

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