These are three modular and versatile tables characterized by sharp edges and bright colors
From the contrast between simple geometric panels with large tubular legs, the Spanish designer Max Enrich has created an original set of three coffee tables made from steel.
Designed for the French design brand Petite Friture (founded in 2009 with the aim of supporting emerging French designers), the set is composed of a rectangle, a square and a triangle, covered with epoxy paint in different nuances, including white, burgundy, black and blue.
Steel has been used to create both the bulky legs and the thin surfaces of the tabletops, which are positioned at different heights and overlap one to another. The designer says: “I create furniture with a purely aesthetic purpose […] My works are objects that, before being used by the user, want to be observed in their form, light and geometry”.
Thin’s composition can vary freely. You can choose to place the entire set of three pieces in your living room, changing the arrangement of the tables at will, or using just one piece. Thin perfectly reflects Enrich’s philosophy, as well as being versatile, pleasant to look at, to touch and combine.
These nice items are part of the Petit Friture Villégiature PF collection, launched this month both at IMM Cologne and at Maison&Objet.