The Search for Simplicity

Designer Nicola Loi’s goal in creating the Mirtillo table was to achieve a clean shape with maximum simplicity while maintaining recognizable originality. The polarizing design features two sides with hard lines & an unsupported corner that provides a light & an open view into the core of the table. In contrast, the opposing sides feature soft, flowing curves & a shaved corner with a narrower, more curious view into to the table’s lower center. I’d love to see this piece in pure white or clear polycarbonate.

Dimensions: height 45 cm, surface 60×60 cm, footprint 80×80 cm

Designer: Nicola Loi

8 Comments

  • Computers says:

    which elaborates the patented pop+lock system seems that once the nano is closed in the aluminum case the buttons are no longer accessible??
    this is just a post with no meaning and may be to post it once the desgin is finalized…

  • Mike Barnard says:

    Gorgeous and simple, but is it an object or a render? That the designer is partnered with a firm that could fabricate this is a positive sign.

    Cheers,
    Mike

  • Joe says:

    I’m new here and thus just got hooked with the designs uploaded. I like this loft chair of some sort but I don’t think it will work in regions with hot climate. Does it?

  • I’m new here and thus just got hooked with the designs uploaded. I like this loft chair of some sort but I don’t think it will work in regions with hot climate. Is it also practical? It feels like it’s not sturdy enough.

  • Looks very nice but would’nt it be easily breakable?

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