Designed by Brazilian Pedro Paulo-Venzon, Giro is a minimalist, geometric side table. The artistic yet functional side table combines a steel frame with a matt oak tabletop, creating a sculptural design that represents the perfect balance between art and furniture.
The story of Giro and Bamba is that of two tables capable of provoking reason from various perspectives. That of two jewelpieces, which end up diluting their forms in the field of desire.
They serve a function while questioning it. They rise like exquisite sculptures within a space, while respecting this same environment. However, they are pieces capable of lasting in the
memory. The balance between discretion and character is saved with a note.
"I like to imagine that there are other points of view, other ways of looking at the pieces (mine or other designers'). In this historical and political moment, I should be satisfied with the fact that the designs are present in very diverse discourses, being able to find other types of
audiences, with their own desires and needs"― Pedro Paulo-Venzon.
On the left page, a picture of Giro with black structure and table top stained in ash. On the right page, Giro with brass structure and matt oak table top
On the left page, a picture of Giro with brass structure and table top stained in ash. On the right page, Giro in black and white finish.