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Dizzy

Posted on Feb 13, 2015 in Dose of Design , Products
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With pure, geometric lines, these tables fuse simplicity, functionality, and elegance that are characteristic of Karl Andersson & Söner's Scandinavian design

Designed by Federico Churba, Dizzy is a set of three side tables in different sizes. The pieces comprise a removable round tray manufactured in highly durable and resistant acrylic stone Hi-Macs® Alpine White, supported by a white steel structure. But what makes these tables really appealing is the fact that they lean slightly, defying the force of gravity. Dizzy conveys an amazing optical illusion that gives it movement and offers different impressions depending on the angle from which it is viewed.
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