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When Interior Design Becomes Architecture – Dining Tables EditionThursday 21 December 2017
When Interior Design Becomes Architecture – Dining Tables Edition ⇒ It is a fascinating thing to see that sometimes an art form can take the characteristics of another so beautifully. And, today, CovetED will explore when interior design becomes architecture in reference to striking dining tables whose aesthetic appeal is too strong be denied.
This dining table has many aspects that make it extremely interesting, including a curious play of volumes and balances, dictated by an interweaving of tubular elements that constitute the solid base on which the top is developed, declined in different materials.
W Dining Table was designed by Luciano Marson and is not just a table but real architecture, capable of embellishing and refining a space, both domestic and professional.
The Empire dining table symbolizes generations of gatherings and decisions, both in times of celebration or tension. Its cracks reflect tough times, revealing a gold interior in a manifesto towards power.
The conical twin bases of this dramatic and sculptural table are executed in ribbed wood with a burnished brass collar for a pop of elegance.
This mesmerising table features a top in walnut root veneer with a matte varnish and details in matte hammered brushed aged brass, adding a special touch to your dining room.
As it takes on the marks of time, Mass will develop a natural patina across its surface, meaning each piece will age like a prized bronze statue.
Wormley is a round dining table that features a skilful engineered structure made of pipe rings, a hallmark of excellence in metalwork that supports a clear glass on the top.
The stunning Bigwig table has a very strong style with sculptural features.
The creation of Littus Dining Table was made in order to strengthen a unique concept. With quality signature, Littus Dining Table embodies handmade techniques such as marble cutting and gold plated brass.
Written by Milan Patel
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