Materials: Phenolic board and oak veneer.
"Don't have anything in your house that you don't know is useful or that you don't consider beautiful," by William Morris.
This principle is fulfilled in the simple and practical solution of the U table; beauty and functionality.
The open design creates a play of volumes permeable to natural light. The smooth curves of the three pieces that make it up, give that light aesthetic, given the lack of edges, the simplicity of its lines and the continuity of its shapes. That simplicity hides a very meticulous artisanal technique and elaboration. The finish is in oak veneer, treated with satin varnish, which shows its characteristic color and grain.
The table consists of three wooden rings that hug each other. The second ring is mobile, which will allow us to divide the table according to the time. The same design could allow us different combinations according to the dimensions and placement of the three rings, giving us different possibilities which gives a piece that adapts to the needs of the user.