The brand new desk by Emmanuel Gallina for Poliform is impressed by megalithic tombs

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Impressed by the megalithic tombs discovered all throughout western Europe, the ‘Neolith’ desk by Emmanuel Gallina for Poliform evokes ‘an immutable and considerably comforting facet of dolmens’. Its thick legs, obtainable in black elm or Travertine marble, convey a sure softness to the design, and kind a monumental base for a slim desk prime obtainable in the identical wooden, and a alternative of matt or shiny marble.

‘I’ve made a number of visits to the dolmen, menhir and Neolithic locations in Brittany, together with Carnac, essentially the most well-known web site,’ explains its designer, Emmanuel Gallina. ‘I’m additionally fascinated by Stonehenge, which will definitely be one in every of my future locations.’ The Bordeaux and Milan-based French designer recommends pairing the ‘Neolith’ along with his ‘Curve’ stable wooden chair, additionally for Poliform, because it makes use of the identical design language, with delicate curves and tapering slender strains.

(Picture credit score: Courtesy Poliform)

The desk is out there in each rectangular and round variations, every in three totally different sizes. ‘The energy of the system lies within the selection – when it comes to form and dimension – of tops obtainable, which may be paired with varied bases resting on one distinctive sort of leg,’ says Gallina, who beforehand labored with Antonio Citterio earlier than organising his eponymous studio in Paris in 2009.

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