Futuristic look: Tron table by Capo d’Opera

Introducing the Tron table by Marc Sadler for Capo d’Opera, designed to be a tribute to Walt Disney’s 1982 science fiction movie “Tron”. Directed by Steven Lisberger, the Tron movie was known for being the first feature film with a notable use of computer graphics. Sadler reflects this in the design of the table, which uses a steel net base made of asymmetric modules welded in a double-cone shape. Inspired by mathematic logarithm, the structure of the table ensures stability to the circular top, which is available in glass, oak, rosewood, louro preto, ebony, canaletto walnut or teak.

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