Simplicity, equilibrium and symmetry, the basic principles of Japanese furnishings, can be found in the Minimo table in hemlock solid wood. The table top is a single horizontal beam, raised on support bases which are inclined and jointed. A project reduced to minimum terms where every element exerts a clear structural function. Generated by the free transformation, through an interplay of variations of scale and proportions, of the essential Groove bench, with which it can be perfectly combined, the new imposing Minimo table is suitable for a large dining room and warmer, more inviting meeting rooms.
Architonic id 1055749
From Minimo success, the hemlock solid wood table marked by simplicity, equilibrium and simmetry typical of Japanese furnishing, Minimo Light is born – the option in honeycomb board that follows Minimo design, multiplying its lightness and versatility. The new model, available in 4 Porro wooden finishes (“carbone” oak, hemlock, black stained hemlock and mongoi) and in 8 dimensions is made to receive 6, 8 or 10 seats.