Max Enrich has contrasted simple, geometric boards with large, tubular legs to create a trio of steel geometric coffee tables. Designed for French design brand Petite Friture, the THIN coffee tables include three different shapes: a square, a rectangle, and a triangle.
The designer uses steel to create both the tubular legs and the slim surfaces of the furniture design. They all stand at different heights to be able to nest inside one another, creating a more complex shape when combined. The exclusive design tables are available in black, white, matt bordeaux, and ultramarine blue.
The Spanish designer is known for creating furniture or objects based on geometric, simple and clean shapes which suggest something to the spectator. With a purely aesthetics intention, Enrich creates furniture pieces as objects to be observed. Objects with a chair, table or lamp shape. But objects playing with aesthetic elements, such as form, color, light or geometry.
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“THIN is an amplification of the strength and resistance of a metal. A thin tabletop is positioned on oversized legs, which hold it effortlessly”., said Max Enrich.
According to Enrich, the design is “an amplification of the strength and resistance of a metal”. “A thin tabletop is positioned on oversized legs, which hold it effortlessly,” he added.
THIN is part of Petite Friture’s new Villégiature PF collection, which was launched at both IMM Cologne in Germany and Maison&Objet in Paris, France, on February this year.
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