Design by Tokujin Yoshioka.
Made in Italy by Kartell.
Kartell's Invisible Table features a clean and minimal, uncomplicated design in keeping with designer Tokujin Yoshioka's Japanese culture. The "lightness" of the material belies the solidity of the substantial and solid square design.
In a significant pioneering advance by Kartell, the Invisible Dining Table is produced through the injection technique using a single mold and PMMA plastic. Available in a variety of colors.
Suitable for indoor/outdoor use.
Material(s): PMMA plastic
Dimensions: 39.4" W X 39.4" D X 28" H
Designer: Tokujin Yoshioka
Born in Saga, Japan (1967). Tokujin Yoshioka worked under Shiro Kuramata in 1987 and Issey Miyake since 1988. He established his own studio, Tokujin Yoshioka Design in 2000.
Many of Tokujin Yoshioka's designs have been highly evaluated as art works simply, more than design works. Some of his most important works are displayed as part of permanent collections in the world's well-known museums, such as Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, Victoria and Albert Museum, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and Vitra Design Museum.View other products by Tokujin Yoshioka
Founded in 1949, Kartell is an established leader in the fields of modern furniture, interior design, and lighting for over 60 years. From its choice of cutting edge technologies, to its use of innovative and certified thermoplastic materials, the brand has revolutionized the use of plastics in modern furnishings. Their bold and charismatic designs are 100% Italian made, multifunctional, cross-sectional, easy to use, and possess an undeniable visual appeal. Colors, transparency effects, and unique shapes all define a signature Kartell product. Employing some of the most recognizable modern furniture designers of our time, Kartell is able to harmoniously blend functionality, style, durability, and modern appeal.
Kartell has won an enviable string of prestigious international awards, including nine Compasso d’Oro prizes (the most recent awarded to the Mobil Chest of Drawers in 1995 and the Bubble Club Sofa in 2001). In 2000, the Guggenheim Museum dubbed the Kartell Museum the "best industrial museum".View other products from Kartell