Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding. This Italian designed table draws inspiration form this technique, the designer Giulia Vicenzutti explains ‘I thought,’ she explains, ‘about a structure that would be light and sturdy at the same time: wood, like a sheet of paper, “folds” to give life to a new shape.’
The base is formed by several pieces of wood, yet it looks like a single element: a visual continuum made possible thanks to the mastery of Italian craftmanship in working and joining the different parts that make up the structure. The end result is definitely impressive, the table by itself furnishes the living area with a great personality, becoming the protagonist of the environment.
The Origami top can be chosen in veneer, solid oak, or in the elegant version in bevelled smoked glass, which offers a glimpse of the play of balance and joints of the shapes that support it.