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Tetris table

By De Padova


  • Description

    Open and closed segments, like a chessboard. Tetris. From the name of a game, a low table. The upper surfaces are cantilevered, as if suspended in mid-air at the center. The empty spaces for storage compartments, for magazines, books, or a plant.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions: W:80 x D:80 x H:31,5cm

    Top: Wood particle-board panels.
    Structure in steel.
    Finish / Colour: Tops: finished with goffered polyurethane paint in white or black. Base: powder coated steel, in white or black.

  • Designer
    Frank Gehry

    Frank Gehry, born 1929 in Toronto, Canada, earned a degree in architecture from the University of Southern California before studying urban planning at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design.
    In 1962 he founded the architectural firm Frank Gehry & Associates in Los Angeles. He designed the cardboard furniture series Easy Edges between 1969-72. Over the years he has taught at several universities, including Harvard and Yale, where he served as Charlotte-Davenport-Professorship of Architecture (1982, 1985, 1987-89) and where he still teaches.
    Gehry has received numerous honorary doctorates from institutions including the University of Toronto, the University of Southern California, Yale University, Harvard University and the University of Edinburgh.

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  • Delivery

    9-10 weeks
    Made to order item

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