ronan + erwan bouroullec poured and blown glass nesting tables for glas italia
 

ronan + erwan bouroullec poured and blown glass nesting tables for glas italia

ronan + erwan bouroullec poured and blown glass nesting tables for glas italia
H34 x 35 x 35 x cm

 

 

 

designed for glas italia, ‘nesting tables’ by ronan and erwan bouroullec are rendered using complex manufacturing processes. presented at the 2016 salone del mobile, the furniture pieces are characterized by a low sitting square table top made from extremely thick poured glass, supported by cylindrical legs in blown glass; which are completely embedded and welded into the top in full transparency. available in transparent, yellow or light grey glass, the colors of the top and the supporting legs can be freely combined, creating chromatic variations that convey the transparency of the material.

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the tables feature a square table top made from thick poured glass, held up by cylindrical legs in blown glass

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‘nesting tables’ by ronan and erwan bouroullec at the glas italia stand during salone del mobile 2016
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ronan erwan bouroullec glas italia nesting tables designboom
the legs are completely embedded and welded into the table top in full transparency

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the colors of the top and the supporting legs can be freely combined, creating chromatic variations
image © designboom

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transparent and yellow combination
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‘nesting table’ in light grey glass
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