Nudo by Sancal



Designer Juan Ibáñez Lax
Launched in 2012
Architonic id 1187692

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The name of the collection, Nudo, refers to the knots found in wood in its natural state. The legs replicate the sinews of a tree-trunk, as if they were branches, thanks to painstaking lathing and carving. This is one of the Nudo tables’ most characteristic features. Asymmetry is another hallmark. The asymmetry is generated by the various heights of the cross beams which structure the dining table, and by the three legs of the small round tables.

Following on from his success with this family of tables, Juan has added an ingenious multifunctional piece: a table/bench with two tone cushions.

The Nudo table collection is very wide. The small tables, in natural or stained oak or marble, vary in height and top sizes. The lightness and wide variety of sizes and finishes enable the creation of interesting combinations, giving them alternative uses. The small table with a 38 diameter can also be used as a stool. The dining table’s four sizes can be adapted to all kinds of spaces.

Juan Ibáñez Lax
Both product and graphic designer, Juan works full-time for Sancal: taking part directly in the development of scenographies, illustrations, catalogues and the website. The Nudo table collection is his first foray into industrial design.

Designer: Juan Ibáñez Lax

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