Matthias Demacker for Krios Italia
November 21st, 2008
A floating, elegant look underpinned by a sense of stability is the concept behind the Krios Italia ‘Glam’ table.
By emphasising the lines of the structure, designer Matthias Demacker has created a table which appears light, yet is stable and easy to use.
This is reflected in the extension function, which effortlessly lengthens the table to three metres.
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