Preview Salone del Mobile Milan 2011: Asymetrical Table, AKSU · SUARDI for Colé

Preview Salone del Mobile Milan 2011: Asymetrical Table, AKSU · SUARDI for Colé it has been modified: 2023-10-10 di Benedetto Fiori

Sezgin Aksu (Turkey), designer, studied in Germany (Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart) and in France. Silvia Suardi (Italy), architect, graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan and studied in Spain.

They collaborated for about ten years with the architect Michele de Lucchi's studio and have worked together since 2001. In their studio in Milan they deal with interior design (private homes and public spaces), setting up exhibition areas, design and graphic design. The diversity of their culture of belonging and training is the strong point for a wide-ranging work, which touches all aspects of design, from architectural spaces to communication.

Their project Colé resembles an insect supported by legs different from each other that move and stop in different positions to hold plans by the changing forms. This is the reality of asymetrical table, Designed to transform and adapt to the needs of the user. The legs, made of tubular metal two dimensions (L. and L. 45 70) can be covered in fabric or leather and combine both symmetrical and asymmetric. The plan, expected in the square variants (L. to 100 140), round (ø to 100 140) and rectangular (L. to 160 270), is made of tempered glass with rounded corners and edges. The central metal beam (L. 146), a rectangular section, is painted with epoxy powder.


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