furniture. Monday , December 18th , 2017 - 17:49:49 PM
An old-fashioned printer’s cabinet makes a great credenza. This one from Go Home has an eclectic feel and would be great in an office or a family room.
The glass top is not meant to be the center of attention in the case of the Parobol table. The top is actually meant to be as simple and as transparent as possible in order to highlight the sculptural beauty of the base. The base is made from thermo-formed Corian and the glass top touches it in three small points, appearing to be floating.
A lot of the designs are intrinsically geometric but not in the traditional sense. The design goes beyond simple geometry and adapts it in a very artistic manner. Everything is customized and the Atlantis unit is a wonderful materialization of all those details.
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