The passage of time is an element that leaves a trace of the past as it sculpts matter. Note studio have created a family of tables whose bases remind us of architectural figures of ancient civilizations, eroded over time.
The sculptural base is formed by a rectangular block from which a cylindrical section has been subtracted from upper part. A tempered glass top rests delicately on the fine lines that have been exposed by the intersection of both geometric figures. An honest aesthetic that exhibits strength and beauty in simple ways.
The base is both structural and aesthetic. The ash wood version can be stained as per the colours in our chart.
We have also repurposed iQ from Tarkett as an alternative finish for the base: extremely hard waring, it is normally used on floors and walls. The table launches in Marino, a deep mottled blue pattern that has also been designed by Note.
Another option is to choose a lacquer colour from our ample range; an extra-matte finish that contrasts with the shine of the glass top.
While occasional tables are available with three different table tops (glass, ash wood or lacquer), dining tables are only available with a glass top.