Assimply

Mono green

Side table

€1.250,00
 
€1.250,00
 

Introducing a special version of the Mono Side Table, exclusively presented for Milan Design Week 2024 by Assimply. This unique edition showcases the Mono Side Table in a stunning mint green color, adding a touch of freshness to any space.

Part of the MONOMORPH collection, the Mono Side Table boasts an amorphous-shaped top with four possible variations, crafted from glass crystals sourced from factory waste in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Each table features unique and vibrant patterns, making it a one-of-a-kind piece of art.

The top elegantly rests on a single solid cylindrical leg, providing both stability and visual lightness to the table. For added versatility, the Mono Side Table can be paired with the Mono Coffee Table, offering height complementarity for a cohesive look.

MONOMORPH celebrates singular and crystalline forms, ensuring that each piece is distinct from the next. Drawing inspiration from Rio de Janeiro's modernist architecture by Oscar Niemeyer, as well as the paintings and gardens of Burle Marx, the design of the Mono Side Table reflects a harmonious blend of nature and modernity.

Discover the Mono Side Table, showcased at Coccoloba, the Brazilian exhibition at Fuorisalone 2024, and bring a touch of Brazilian elegance to your home.

Dimensions: Ø 52 x h 36 cm

Color: green with colored glass pieces

Composition: Terrazzo technique combined with glass crystal waste originating from industrial production in the state of Minas Gerais.

Note: Product 100% handcrafted in Rio de Janeiro. Variations in color and shape may occur.

Care Instructions:

1. Despite granilite being a material with a rigid appearance, it is sensitive to impact and friction.
2. Failure to follow the care guide provided with your piece may lead to its deterioration.
3. This is a food-safe products in accordance with the "food contact materials - regulation (ec) no1935/2004". However, the use of liquid, grease, or highly colored foods (whether natural or chemical) can cause undesirable staining on the surface of Assimply pieces after prolonged exposure.