The Ennea dining table (Ennea stands for the Greek number 9) rests on a base composed of three identical 'rectangular' triangles made from solid wood. Three triangles, three sides: these nine segments form nine vectors, nine directions within the space which form an arrangement which is at once simple and sophisticated. The construction recalls the pyramidal structure of a crystal, both light and robust. Here, it is all about balance and tension, more than a static design. The assembly method is simple but gives an impression of sophistication. This table accommodates 6 diners.
Dimensions: Marble Top: ∅130 x H74 cm Ceramic Oval Top: W240 x D130 x H75 cm Wood Rectangle Top: W240 x D120 x H76 cm
Designer, scenographer and musician, Vincent Tordjman's creative portfolio lends his furniture designs an eclectic approach. With all his projects, he practises the means of economy, encouraging active space for imagination. His designs for theatres have been especially well-received, working well with technology and the human senses to enhance one's experience with the surrounding and objects. The furniture from Tordjman's conjuring are always well-thought out and engaging.