The effect of looking at Avant Première's Kuban Series in photographic form is certainly amplified; nevertheless, the experience of seeing these furnishings before you in the room would likely provoke a double take. While the coffee tables and side tables that make up Luc Jozancy's collection do feature flat surfaces, the way that they've been pieced together with different colored units makes them look even more three-dimensional.
When you glance down upon the low tables, it might seem as though a shifted cube has formed, an illusion created with the union of three diamonds. From where you're standing, you'll discern what appear to be two sides and a top, perhaps stacked when additional units are arranged tightly together. The Matière Grise Kuban Series may have a bolder or subtler effect depending on your color choices for the metal finishes.
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Drawstring Side Tables
Aerodynamically Angled Furniture
Disassembling Side Tables
Brightly Based Furniture
Compact Communal Ottomans