zaha hadid: mercuric marble tables for citco at salone del mobile 2013 zaha hadid: mercuric marble tables for citco at salone del mobile 2013
mar 16, 2013

zaha hadid: mercuric marble tables for citco at salone del mobile 2013

‘mercuric’ tables by zaha hadid for citco

all images courtesy of citco

 

 

zaha hadid continues her collaboration with citco in the form of ‘mercuric’ to be presented 2013 salone del mobile. while last year the architect designed the ‘secret garden pavilion’ for the marble company, this year’s collaboration elevates the material through an object– tables.perceptions of marble as a baroque, old-world material are reframed by undulating, milled forms in part due to the ability of machinery to mimic precise sculptural craft. the tables are a total vision for an object and the configurable relationships between them. the three alternately white or black  pieces can be composed as the user sees fit.

 

 

the limited edition tables debut at salone del mobile 2013

image © zaha hadid/ citco

 

 

anterior views of the curved form

image © zaha hadid/ citco

 

 

limited edition tables for citco by zaha hadid, milan design week 2013

image © zaha hadid/ citco

 

 

plans

image © zaha hadid/ citco

 

 

elevations

image © zaha hadid/ citco

 

 

configuration diagram

image © zaha hadid/ citco

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