Plastic meets Metal

An unconventional mix of materials in the hands of a young french designer.
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Easyline

Pierre Favresse's Easyline table is made of aluminium and PMMA, or Plexiglas to put it in easier words. The acrylic top is structured by folding down the sides and a thick aluminium strip connects it to the metallic legs. 
The translucent purple top emanates a particular coloured radiance which combined with the polished metal create a spatial, unrealistic look.

Easyline
 
Designer: Pierre Favresse
Company: Prototype
Year: 2006
Materials: PMMA and aluminium
 

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