The Milanese designer Francesco Faccin unveils its latest creation, the table in birch "Traverso". Thinly veiled homage to the "Frate table" Enzo Mari, this imagined for the young Italian publisher Valsecchi1918 e was presented at the last Salone Del Mobile table.
Sur ce projet, Francesco Faccin précise:
"I exaggerated the idea of the beam as a key element. I tried to turn the beam in the central "spine" of the project. Without the beam the table doesn't exist. On the front of the table you can clearly read the section that is both decorative but absolutely structural. I like to think about objects in which the structural and mechanical element, that is for this necessary, is also the focal point, the "decorative" point. The upper part of table is divided into two parts (made in wood or glass) to occupy very little space when it is dismantled. The structure is made of ash wood."
For more information, visit the Francesco Faccin and of Valsecchi1918.