Larry coffee tables exist where stone and wood, material surfaces and soft, organic shapes meet. Elisa Ossino has animated them with a strong identity, as if they were real characters, emphasising the originality of their formal and functional solutions. The volumes themselves become raised tops on which to rest things.
Grey Travertino legs, plastered and with a matt finishing. Wooden top with special Light Grey Concrete varnishing.
Coffee and side tables
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“I conceived these creations by thinking of designing not a piece of furniture, but a character in what I like to consider a story, made up of relationships between materials, signs, surfaces and forms. I somehow followed a plot, making choices inspired by what I was doing. It is a new way of working for me, embracing a more narrative dimension. Defining a style is first and foremost storytelling. A story that stands out from all the others”. Elisa Ossino