Nomos Style round table
One of the most appreciated products of international design
Incredible table inspired by the Nomos round table, designed by the English architect Norman Foster in 1986, is a clear example of his way of projecting buildings: exposed metal structure, and large glass surfaces.
The table, with its structure conceived as a solid skeleton with a zoomorphic aesthetic, like the system, adapts to multiple types of use, for the world of home and work, interchangeably. Its great image and elegant design make it one of the most appreciated products of international design.
This table differs from the system by the section of the tube, of 25 mm compared to 30 mm of the second and also by the inclined shape of the bases and the support fusions of the covers that replace the substructures of the system.
- Dimensions: Ø 120 x H 74cm.