Gap

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Gap

design 
Alain Gilles
An original interpretation of a static object that gives a dynamic appearance and a styling personality all of its own.

“Gap” is another word for opening or space. The distinguishing feature of Gap lies in the legs, which consist of two metal "blades" that gradually open out upwards. Looking at them from a different perspective, the legs have a different appearance and even look to the observer as if they are a single, thin line. The table is therefore never the same. On the whole, the table is extremely discreet, specifically to emphasise the leg design as much as possible: the metal frame that supports the table top is concealed by the top itself, making the silhouette of Gap as simple and architecturally appealing as possible. The legs are made of mat painted steel in anthracite grey, white, green, red, brown or in the original Corten finish. The table top is available in a large range of materials and finishes.

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