Tobi-Ishi by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for B&B Italia
Updated: Jan 22, 2020
The shape of this table has impressed both the public and the press, has broken away from the traditional round table placed on a central support, and has created an element of surprise with its finishes. Now it expands its functional features by proposing itself in a rectangular version, first in the dining version, presented last January in Cologne with a new range of sixteen satin-finished colours and now in the low version, only available in four different finishes: light, grey, black and smoked. A choice created to highlight the natural handcrafted appearance of a multipurpose table without sharp corners that, with its rounded shapes, is extremely practical when placed in front of a sofa.