The easy way to construct a table is to manufacture all four legs to be the exact same, but the Azzardo Table highlights an opportunity to cast off this humdrum approach for a much more handsome design. This beautiful dining table flaunts a set of unique supports of which not one matches another.
Roberto Rovetta dreamed up this divinely contemporary piece of furniture for KLAB as a harmonious mixed-media movable. A gorgeous white tabletop is cut to a rectangle and accented with shallow beveled edges, and it sits atop very different posts of methacrylate, metal and wood.
Each of the legs has its own individual silhouette: the transparent polymer support narrows slightly towards the base; the mirrored prop curves and curls; meanwhile, the wooden posts of the Azzardo Table twist and cinch for a magnificently sculptural effect.