Cassina

en forme libre

Charlotte Perriand started work on the tables en forme libre in 1938. Originally intended for her own atelier in the Montparnasse area of central Paris, they went into production courtesy of Galerie Steph Simon at the end of the 1950s.

All rounded edges, and asymmetrical lines, these tables are perfectly suited to accommodating up to eight guests in small spaces. The table has three legs: one is oval with a wider footprint, the other two are smaller and are cylinder-shaped. In 2011, Cassina re-issued this piece, reducing the width of the legs to offer more space and allow guests to sit closer to each other on convivial occasions.
Supplied in mahogany solid wood, the table also comes with a gloss or matte varnished finish, in the Cassina Moodboard colours. The table-top is composed of wooden staves that slot into each other, the joins being seen at the ends. Any variations in the wood are part of the very nature of the raw material and serve to highlight its inherent beauty.

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€ 6.280 for customers outside the EU

designer: Charlotte Perriand (1959)
year of production: 2011
 

mahogany solid wood
the table also comes with a gloss or matte varnished finish
the table-top is composed of wooden staves that slot into each other, the joins being seen at the ends

74 x 236 x 107cm (hxwxd)
29.1 x 92.9 x 42.1"

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