The Fyra designer table features sophisticated geometry and disjoints between the elements that result in a very expressive composition. The top, defined by a line that’s partly straight and partly curved, is divided into 4 quadrants which, with the wood graining, create a typical pattern from the cabinet-making tradition.
Visual effects from the play of shapes
In the Fyra modern table, an iron plate connects yet at the same time visually separates the top from the four legs which have an irregular conical cross-section, rounder at the bottom and more of an oval shape at the top. This creates a play of geometric shapes that grants this wooden table character and expressiveness.
R&D Alf DaFrè