Lamina is a dinner table relying on the intersection of marble slabs. The interlocking triangle shaped legs give it both a sense of equilibrium and dynamism. Designed by Hannes Peer who drew his inspiration from the conceptual work of French architect Claude Parent or American John Lautner who both liberated architecture from the classic “cubic” spaces and introduced movement through oblique lines in their
buildings in the 60’s. The interlocking triangle shaped legs of the Lamina table give it both a sense of equilibrium and dynamism.
Weight: 360 kg
Color available in Estremoz Veiné/pink, Pele de Tigre, Indian Green