Resulting from a fascination with form and repetition, the name “Atlas Table” is a play on three meanings of the word “atlas”: the mountains bordering the Sahara, the catalog of geographical features, and the titan bearing the globe on his shoulders.
To create the dining table, the designers began with a cube of oak and rotated it by 45 degrees on two of its axis, planing the surfaces. When these cubes are arranged as a surface, they reveal a language of large and small triangles, but as you look around the edge of the cube you see the chunky wooden cubes that create the triangles.
Made of wood (Oak & smoked Oak) with a brushed brass frame.
H 75cm x W 200cm x D 85cm