GULLWING coffee table |new

Asymmetrical coffee table for living room

€50,000.00

Timeless coffe table

The distinctive feature of the Gullwing table, a curved wing with a strong, assertive character, is interpreted as a semi-column supporting the slender, stylishly shaped tops of the Gullwing coffee table.

Its asymmetrical shape, featuring a cantilevered top and base, makes it possible to place it sideways next to the sofa or front-facing as a support surface, ideal for positioning your legs when used as a desk, for studying and working comfortably seated on the sofa.

Its strong presence resulting from the metal structure and the colour of the top, available in glossy or matt lacquered finish and in wood, enhance the soft textures of the sofas in a harmonious play of contrasts.

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    design by
    Gabriele e Oscar Buratti
    The Gullwing coffee table is an element that can be freely moved around the living area and positioned as desired in relation to the sofa. Versatile and functional, it retains the sophisticated aesthetics as its inspiration. Its curved contours are characterised by the asymmetrical design of the table top and by the large half-column supporting the slender top.

     

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    Our products are characters in a bigger picture, a lifestyle vision centred around the concept of dialogue.Dialogue as an idea of home, of a bespoke space, of the ideal forum for relationships and sharing moments.Dialogue as the fusion of form and materials, of aesthetics and function. An expression of Lema’s ability to combine various difference design styles in one, harmonious collection.Our furnishings are designed to interact with one another but can also exist on their own, having been devise to adapt to personal lifestyles in houses all over the world.