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Gap table by Bonaldo. Alain Gilles creates a changing design from the perspective you look it

Alain Gilles has named the new Bonaldo table “Gap”, which is another word for opening or space. This is a significant choice of name for a designer who truly enjoys interpreting static objects and giving them a dynamic appearance and a styling personality all of their own.

The distinguishing feature of Gap lies in the legs, which consist of two metal "blades" that gradually open out upwards. Looking at them from a different perspective, the legs have a different appearance and even look to the observer as if they are a single, thin line. The table is therefore never the same. On the whole, the table is extremely discreet, specifically to emphasise the leg design as much as possible: the metal frame that supports the table top is concealed by the top itself, making the silhouette of Gap as simple and architecturally appealing as possible.

The legs are made of matt painted metal in anthracite grey, white, green and red. The table top is in glass (acid-treated black or white), in ceramic (white or anthracite grey), in marble, lacquered (white or anthracite grey), wood veneer (Canaletto walnut, natural oak, heat-treated oak, painted in red or green) or in solid wood (American walnut or oak: natural or brushed anthracite grey).

Table top dimensions: 200 cm x 100 cm - 250 cm x 100 cm - 300 cm x 100 cm Information & images by courtesy of Bonaldo Read more news related Bonaldo published at Infurma Visit the Bonaldo website Visit the Bonaldo sheet at Infurma
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