Mercuric Tables by Zaha Hadid for Citco are a reinterpretation of luxury and craft. The limited edition collection is a set of three tables made of black marquina and bianco di covelano marble. The gold vein that threads itself through the pieces exhibit the strength of the stone and the vigour of nature. The organic shapes alter our perception of traditional limestone structures offering a contemporary and avant-garde interpretation to furniture.
Stone garden designed by Nendo for Caesarstone. This exclusive collaboration was created for the 2013 Toronto Interior Design Show by Oki Sato. The collection of ‘table-like’ surfaces are clustered together to form a floating landscape resembling a traditional Japanese stone garden. The tables contain a single rod located in the middle of the finished material which rely on one another to stabilize each other and form a texture and minimalistic topography. Oki Sato of Nendo describes his Stonegarden installation in collaboration with Caesarstone at this years 2013 Interior Design Show in Toronto, Canada.
The collection features the raw, hand-crafted components as animated forms which are typically never seen outside of the manufacturing process.
The lightweight and easy to move armchairs have no supports at their base yet are steady, resting directly and firmly on the floor.
Inspired by the costumes of the triadic ballet of Oskar Schlemmer, the figurines are showing different characters of lighting.
A low, sturdy, and simple shelving system.
A pair of solid wood tables manufactured by hand in American walnut and maple.
The monolithic structure of sultanas play with the perception of the material and its possibilities, creating two dynamic forms that come together to create the concrete base of the tables.
By using a wedge, legs and a hexagonal boards from locally sourced oak form structural entities.