Fi­nal Edit

This month’s last­ing im­pres­sion is a ta­ble of mes­meris­ing curves

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A state­ment-piece ta­ble is show­cased this month.


The piece More at home in an art gallery than a din­ing room, the Ne­olitico ta­ble de­signed by Tul­czin­sky for Re­flex is a beau­ti­ful blend of sin­u­ous curves and ex­quis­ite crafts­man­ship.

The back­ground The ta­ble’s sculp­tural base is avail­able in ei­ther glass or forged iron, and its un­usual cas­cade shape is achieved by heat­ing the glass or iron in a large oven to al­low it to drop slowly into this flow­ing sil­hou­ette. This stun­ning piece is avail­able in five sizes, and comes in ei­ther an oval or round shape. The de­tails The 15mm clear glass top with a 45° bevel lies upon the artisan base that is avail­able in 24mm thick trans­par­ent, black lac­quered or 19mm ex­tra-clear trans­par­ent glass, or in four fin­ishes of forged iron – graphite, corten, gold-leaf or sil­ver-leaf, mak­ing it a stylish, sculp­tural state­ment for any con­tem­po­rary home. The Ne­olitico Ta­ble is priced at Dh73,500 and can be ob­tained in this re­gion through Natuzzi.

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