Keplero table by Michele Trevisan

June 17th, 2017 by Camra’s blog

“Nature uses as little as possible of anything” – Johannes Kepler
The Keplero project take origin from the need to break the stereotype of the table as aesthetic result of the union between a top and 4 legs. In this case the structure is made of two ellipses of curved laminated wood held together by a polished steel structural beam.

The glass top slides into the ellipses almost cutting the wood. Glass top is printed with graphic decorations reflected over the mirror-polished steel beam. A couple of Bluetooth audio diffusers are integrated in the wooden ellipses that are proposed in off white glossy, black glossy or natural birch wood with mat finishing.
Keplero is produced and distributes by NERO3.

Design: Michele Trevisan
Photography: Gianni Sabbadin

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One thought on “Keplero table by Michele Trevisan

  1. Mian says:

    A practical design to be incorporated in portable furniture for online businesses.

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