Arnauld Lapierre merges visual and functional in Triangle Table
French designer Arnaud Lapierre has just unveiled his latest piece, a set of side tables to be used at home, in offices, or in public spaces like waiting rooms and halls. Constituted of simple geometrical forms, the stand reflects well Lapierre’s design aesthetics relying on fine contrasts, clean lines, and taking “Slow Tech” as his watchword. As the designer stated, he composed the item as a collage, juxtaposing abstracted volumes to constitute a meaningful, functional whole.
The Triangle Table consists of a circular glass top, and a base of a netted steel sheet folded into a triangle form. The interplay of surfaces a geometric joints create shimmering patterns as one turns around the table, bringing in the idea of movement into an almost 2-dimensional object. Lapierre, who is mainly known for his 2011 installation Ring at FIAC, is engaged in creating objects that verge between a visual and a functional line, and the Trinagle Table is a nice addition to his intriguing collection.
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