ArtisanCFM - Michele Salvato
A table that is called CASUAL. Free from frameworks and from formal homologation, it gives whoever uses the opportunity to choose from three different shapes. CASUAL suggests a relationship with today's world translating into matter, with a synthetic and incisive design, a feature of modern society, that is informality. Informal is un fact the position of the table top, apparently casual, almost as if it were simply placed on the legs. Position A, the most incisive, sees the top giving itself away and taking on a longitudinally asymmetrical position. Instead, positions B and C offer a more rigorous appearence while retaining its informal nature given by the position of the top. This sensation of the top simply resting on the legs is a standard of the three variations an it is perceived thanks to the contrast that is obtained by the extension of the legs lenghthwise. The latter, made of metal and screwed on with bronze or stainless steel Allen screws, are defined by an elementary, Euclidean geometry.