Driade Sangaku Coffee Table

SKU: DA5625H517G43
Sale price$2,776.00

Colour: Blue/Candyland
Available to Buy | Delivery Time : 3-5 Weeks

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Driade Sangaku Coffee Table

Sangaku is a fun game of intersections, rotations and dimensional changes. In Japanese culture, Sangaku are geometric problems engraved on wooden tablets, which in most cases illustrate problems involving circles and ellipses inscribed one inside the other. This gave rise to the idea of inscribing four different circles, two with a radius of 40 cm and two with a radius of 20 cm, within an imaginary circle of 50 cm, creating a new element governed by invisible but nevertheless perceptible geometric relationships. The points of intersection among the various elements become the legs supporting the four different tops, which skilfully fill and differentiate the space, creating a perfect mix of solids and voids.

Small table composed of four circular tops overlapping each other in the two diameters of 82 and 42 cm. The “geometrical” construction of the table is based on circles inscribed among them to obtain an overall size of 100x82 cm and a height of 41 cm. Circular structure supporting the tops in 20 mm diameter steel tube and vertical support elements in 12 mm diameter steel rod, all painted in polyester powder, blue, green, yellow and anthracite finishes. Steel plate tops with a diameter of 42 cm. to match the structure colours. Lower shelf made of 6mm. extra-clear glass with a diameter of 82 cm. decorated with digital printing in four different graphics to match the colours of the structure. Top in 3+3mm extra-clear layered glass, diameter 82 cm, digitally printed in grey gradient. Indoor use only.

Composition: painted steel, printed glass

Size: H 41 cm, W 100 cm, Depth 82 cm

About the brand


Driade is an Italian furniture and design company known for its avant-garde and artistic approach to furniture and home accessories. Founded in 1968 by Enrico Astori, Driade has collaborated with numerous renowned designers and architects to create unique and innovative products.

Driade has a long history of collaborating with internationally recognized designers, including Philippe Starck, Konstantin Grcic, Patricia Urquiola, and many others. These collaborations have resulted in a diverse range of products that showcase creativity, experimentation, and cutting-edge design.

Driade has produced several iconic furniture collections that have become design classics. For example, the "Tokyo-Pop" collection by Tokujin Yoshioka features sculptural and futuristic seating, while the "Nemo" chair by Fabio Novembre combines a human-shaped form with intricate details. These collections exemplify Driade's commitment to pushing the boundaries of design.

Their outdoor collections include chairs, tables, loungers, and other accessories that feature weather-resistant materials and distinctive design elements.

The Driade Roly Poly Armchair designed by Faye Toogood is highly regarded for its artistic expression and comfort. It is a standout piece that combines sculptural aesthetics with functional seating. For more detailed information, including specific availability and color options, I recommend visiting the official Driade website or contacting authorized retailers who can provide you with accurate and up-to-date information about the Roly Poly Armchair.

Driade's products are sought after by design enthusiasts and collectors who appreciate the brand's unique approach to design and its ability to blend art with functional furniture. The company's commitment to innovation and collaboration has established it as a prominent player in the contemporary design scene.

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