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Brad Ascalon pour Ligne Roset : Lovey table


Dévoilée sur le stand Ligne Roset lors de la dernière édition de Maison & Objet à Paris, Lovey est une table d’appoint conçue par le designer new-yorkais Brad Ascalon. Bousculant les règles de géométrie classique, il imagine un piètement en équilibre sur trois points d’appui. Surmonté d’un plateau rond et fin, le pied en acier peint et en bois de noyer se ramifie pour donner à la table une posture gracieuse et élégante.

About : “Lovey features a sleek round tabletop with a slim base that emerges from its center, first as a graceful single line, then forking out in a new take on a tripod base. The table’s legs follow the classic geometric rule that the most stable objects touch the earth at exactly three points, imbuing Lovey with a solidity both visual and concrete. The entire structure is powder-coated steel with the exception of a portion of one of the three legs which is made from natural wood, lending a soft, organic feel to the otherwise spare, minimalist piece. The Lovey table was deliberately designed to use the minimum quantity of raw materials.”

“Designing the Lovey table was a continuous process of paring down,” said Ascalon. “We are constantly looking for smart and straightforward ways to achieve our goals for a design, remaining true to its original concept, its visual appeal, and—most importantly—its function.”

Thank you Brad.

Photos © Brad Ascalon

+ Via Brad Ascalon Studio

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