Contemporary table / glass / in wood
AIR by Daniele Lago
in wood, glass
A table that inverts the order of the factors: extreme lightness in the weight-bearing structures, in transparent glass, and the full physicality of the top. The results in that the table seems to fluctuate in the air, almost as if suspended in space.
This confers a new reading of the conception of space to the whole room, changing our perceptions of the relationship between full/empty and light/heavy. The table is created out of two perpendicolar plates that support the wooden top.
The Air Wildwood_Table is a warm and light table made fundamentally from live oak. It is processed in such a way as to create a cavity which opens towards a section of the trunk and as a result it shows the soul of the wood or, alternatively, it can be coated in colored glass.
As with the Air tables, the Air Wildwood_table legs are made of extra-clear glass as well.