Low coffee table in canaletto walnut

design by Christophe Pillet

Coffee table with bold shaping

The bold, simple design of the low Deck coffee table combines geometric volumes created thanks to the strong right angles with smooth surfaces. The low base features a square piece of treated metal, which connects to the sleek “C”-shaped metal profile. It’s onto this that the solid Canaletto walnut planks are fixed. The evocative name and chunky table top conjure up images of a deck down by the water’s edge, while an ingenious combination of different materials makes for an elegant, sophisticated yet natural piece. Ideal when positioned in front of a sofa.
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