Is the asymmetrical axis-symmetric base and glass top of the Otto Table a statement on the precariousness of our planet? The organically irregular tabletop shape, without squared edges, a comment on nature versus man? Anything is possible in the hands of designer Paolo Cappello, who created this dining-cum-desk, in 3 sizes, for fellow Italians Miniforms with an emphasis on materials that are fully recyclable. The base is a network of beech struts that continues the organic concept of the tempered-glass tabletop. Superseding the usual square or circle profile of a table, Otto reconfigures the concept of the desk or dining table from the ground up.
- Small: 30" h x 78.75" w x 46.5" d (76x200x118cm)
- Medium: 30" h x 94.5" w x 49.75" d (76x240x126cm)
- Large: 30" h x 106.25" w x 51.25" d (76x270x130cm)
Tempered glass, beech wood