The Mini Clay Table is a daringly original design by Marc Krusin for Desalto. The highly sculptural table comprises a round top balanced on top of an inverted cone, representing pure geometric forms in perfect harmony. The seemingly impossible construction is made possible by the clever use of a rigid polyurethane base, on top of which different tops are fitted. The Mini Clay Table works well as an eye-catching occasional table, especially for sculptural or minimalist design schemes.
The Mini Clay table is part of the Clay table collection, winner of multiple awards including the prestigious Red Dot Award: Product Design 2016, Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum and the Iconic Design Award from the German Design Council.
The Mini Clay table comes with a base in rigid polyurethane with top in MDF. It is available in three different heights (45 or 55 or 65 cm) with three different top sizes (diameter 50 or 60 or 75 cm) available for each version. In addition to MDF, the top is also available in ceramic, with multiple finishes available. Please enquire for more details.
Marc Krusin is an Italian designer who worked for many years with Piero Lissoni. His design philosophy is to create "visual silence", objects which are unobtrusive and in harmony with their surroundings.
Desalto is a leading Italian furniture brand well known for its sleek, minimalist aesthetics and advanced manufacturing expertise, especially with metals. The company produces a wide range of iconic products with well known designers such as Nendo and Piero Lissoni. Perfect for slick design schemes, in private or commercial spaces.
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- Measurements: Dia 50 x H 65 cm or Dia 60 x H 65 cm or Dia 75 x H 65 cm (please select from options below)
- Materials: base in rigid polyurethane with top in MDF
- Finish: base and top both in matt white, grafite grey, blazing yellow, quartz pink, denim blue or in lava stone finish
- Construction: table is packaged in 3 pieces, assembly required
- Origin: custom-made in Italy
- Delivery: 4 - 6 weeks