Inspired by the play of warp and weft in woven fabric, Tokujin Yoshioka wanted to use this stylistic symbol typical of his culture, weaving, and thus recreated it in the Ami Ami chair and table whose name in Japanese literally means weave. The simple squared off lines contrast with the rich texture of the weaving reproduced on the inner and outer surfaces through a complex industrial process recreating the motif with a single mold. The Ami Ami seat matches the table with a square polycarbonate top measuring 27.5'' x 27.5'' covered by the weaving motif and painted aluminium legs. Invisible Table is a square-topped table the size which mark a new and significant pioneering advance in the company's technological innovation but also in that of the industrial design world in general. Invisible Table surprises both for its aesthetics and for the extreme technology that has created it. This table is, in fact, produced by Kartell through the injection technique using a single mould that can handle the almost ''off the scales'' weight and the size and that guarantees its stability. Designed by:Tokujin Yoshioka.
- Material: Transparent or batch colored PMMA
- Four legs
- Glass top
- Invisible Table is a square-topped table
- Hidden Storage Compartment: No
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