Key facts

Product:
Invisible table
Family:
Invisibles
Manufacturer:
Kartell
Designer:
Tokujin Yoshioka
Architonic ID:
1176912
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2012
Groups:
Tables-Dining tables
Conference/Meeting-Meeting room tables
Gastronomy-Restaurant tables

Product description

Kartell adds a new item to its catalogue and succeeds in producing that piece of furniture that was missing and that everyone was clamouring for: the first single mould transparent table made of plastic with a square top measuring 100x100 cm. Once again Kartell led the pack in pioneering the production of a unique piece weighing over 20 kg made of industrially moulded plastic. Invisible Table designed by Tokujin Yoshioka combines lightness and solidity, grace and elegance and practicality and style. Its simplicity and purity of form makes it adaptable to any environment. Its sophisticated palette of colours ranging from teal to seaweed green and from amber to smoke adds a note of originality and brio to the piece.

Material: transparent or batch coloured PMMA
Size: L. 100 cm, W 100 cm, H. 72 cm
Colours: crystal, smoke, amber, seaweed green, teal; Matte: glossy white

Product family

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