Malmo is a living room occasional table inspired by Cartesian geometry and the possibility of creating superimpositions and intersections to work for domestic functionality. These designer occasional tables are composed of geometric lines that are very gentle, obtained by superimposing rounded tops and by the spokes connecting the metal frame.
Designer occasional tables for the living room
Lightweight and simple
Designed to be used alongside the Copenaghen family of sofas, Malmo occasional tables are very light and simple. A slender metal frame with rounded connections supports a wooden top with a delicate rounded shape.
Enrico Cesana was born in 1970. He attended the faculty of architecture of the Milan Polytechnic university, where he graduated in 1997. Between 1998 and 2004, two enjoyable professional experiences led him to focus on industrial and interior design and to investigate various design methods and approaches...