A family of coffee tables whose shapes evoke the plasticity of Calder's art. The project is a play on the numerous combinations that arise through the free association of basic geometric shapes and unconventional materials.
The tables come in three shapes: a triangle with rounded points, an elongated oval, and classic round. And three finishes: pedulo walnut, glossy white lacquer, and smoked grey glass. In addition, only in the oval shape, silver beola stone with beveled edges, creating a visual and tactile effect similar to river rock.
The underside of the table top is finished in an exclusive pewter color created by Minotti studio - adding a further touch of originality, as it picks up the finish color of the die-cast aluminium legs.
A version on wheels, available in the triangular and round shapes, lends added functionality to the Sullivan coffee tables. The dynamic slant of the aluminium legs shows off very well in the smoked grey glass-topped version with beveled edges. Its height makes this coffee table ideal when paired with Davis Pouf, making way for dramatic juxtapositions of shapes and materials.
Design mood, structural details, and a variety of available finishes imbue the Sullivan coffee tables with dramatic presence, making them lead payers in the living room, alongside the new seating systems.
Born in Milan in 1954, Rodolfo Dordoni graduated in architecture in 1979. From 1979 until 1989 he was responsible for the art direction and company image co-ordination of Cappellini International. Rodolfo Dordoni has a vast repertoire in product design typologies, encompassing domestic / contract lamps and furniture, storage systems, kitchens, bathroom accessories, objects, carpets and electrica... More