With a simple and classic aesthetic, Poliform’s newest addition is a statement on timeless design.
October 22nd, 2013
A coffee table characterised by simple and clean shapes, Flute’s simplicity makes it suitable for a range of interiors and spaces.
Short and sweet – the Flute coffee table is the pint-sized version of its dining counterpart. It has a wide, circular top with a base half its size, connected with an hourglass stand.
Designed by Roberto Barbieri, Flute is a timeless piece of design.
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