Sloping design: Bias coffee table by Crassevig

Italian brand Crassevig launched the Bias coffee table. Designed by David Geckeler and Frank Michels, the table is part of Crassevig’s 2015 collection. Composed of an inclined cylindrical base and flat truncated circular top, both in veneered plywood, the table has a sloping design. There are no visible joints between the panels, and the gap between the truncated top and the base serves as a handle. Standing at 45 centimeters tall, the table’s height was chosen so that the top is positioned for use with chairs, armchairs and sofas. Customers can choose between a 35 centimeters or a 50-centimeters diameter base.

Founded in 1969 by Alfieri Crassevig, Crassevig is an Italian furniture manufacture specializing in the production of timber products.

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