The identifying characteristics of the architecture of Jean Nouvel are fully manifested in the LessLess furniture series, the pieces of which clearly reveal the stylistic elements that distinguish his work. Lightness of form, compositional rigor, carefully selected materials, color studies, and an extremely discreet yet highly functional approach to IT technology are recurrent features of these minimalist furnishing elements. Tables, workstations and containers take form in solid metal structures, consisting of simple volumes, clean lines, smooth surfaces and compact contours. A modular system designed to inhabit contemporary work environments.
The LessLess series consists of a modular system of tables, desk tables, and workstations with support for data technologies, drawer pedestals and filing cabinets for use in task areas, executive offices, conference rooms and boardrooms. They stand out for their lightness of form, high technical performance and environmental qualities.
The table takes the form of a monolithic structure made entirely of aluminum. The legs consist of extruded L-shaped profiles while the worktop is built from folded sheet-aluminum, manufactured using precision industrial processes. The legs and top are assembled together by means of a special fastening system that ensures safety and high technical performance.
Made in both rectangular and square forms and in various sizes, the table can be used as a desk, in both executive and task-area versions, or as a conference table.
Characterized by careful construction details, the table is available in natural anodized aluminum finish or painted matt black soft, soft to the touch.