Graphic or sculpted: here are Bross coffee tables 19.06.2017
Among the more eclectic interior elements, coffee tables are suitable to many needs, at home as well as in the common areas of a hotel and other contract environments.
From the heart of the lounge area, for drinks and snacks, to the side of the bed as a bedside table; from magazine rack near armchairs, free standing surfaces for pots, works of art or collection volumes, Bross‘s proposals have different but always refined coffee tables.
Last entry in the large catalogue is Beleos family, designed by Giulio Iacchetti. Elegant shapes and wise juxtaposition of combined materials create an exclusive design with legs made of American walnut or oakwood that perfectly match with the top, proposed in the same essences or in smoked glass or Bianco di Carrara marble versions.
Giulio Iacchetti also designed Ademar, a system of solid elements, characterized by four deep bevels that shape the lower surface of the top, sharpening the contour.
With a bigger graphic approach is Mika coffee table designed by Michael Schmidt, who re-introduces Mikado’s interplay into the base, through a range of thin metallic tubular elements.
W, designed by Luciano Marson, develops around a sculptural base in two different precious woods, penetrating a metallic tube, forming a knot and creating a full-bodied coffee table, giving it a harmonious geometric equilibrium.
Funny and versatile is Six coffee table, with an hexagonal base and top, which can be modulated on several levels, even in different finishes.