ANTELLA

Design Kazuhide Takahama

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Japanese architect Kazuhide Takahama designed Antella as a truly multi-functional piece of furniture. Based on specific needs, it can be transformed from a wall console to a modern oval table, making Antella iconic and versatile.

PRODUCTION YEAR

2013

Kazuhide Takahama’s Antella is a dual-purpose piece: a console that can be transformed into an oval table. The polyester painted frame, with a gloss or matte finish, is evocative of the ancient art of lacquer work, which was used on other products in the SimonCollezione. The two leaves are hinged and, in the console position, are secured using a magnet. Where space is available they can be opened up to form the table. Against the wall, Antella is a console. In the middle of the floor, it becomes a large table.

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Kazuhide Takahama

The two semi-circular top pieces and the hinged elements, held together by a magnet, allow the structure to be folded in half, depending on the space available, for a unique space-saving piece that can be placed against a wall or opened up for use as a dining table.

The two semi-circular top pieces and the hinged elements, held together by a magnet, allow the structure to be folded in half, depending on the space available, for a unique space-saving piece that can be placed against a wall or opened up for use as a dining table.

Frame

Double MDF hinged panels, locked together by magnetic latch

Use

Wall mounted or completely open

PRODUCTION YEAR

2013

DESIGN BY
Kazuhide Takahama
PRODUCTION YEAR

2013

DESIGN BY
Kazuhide Takahama

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