Product news: London designer Benjamin Hubert has created a series of tables with legs and tops made of metal mesh for Italian brand Moroso.
Designed by Benjamin Hubert for Moroso, these circular tables have been made by manipulating expanded steel, which is more commonly found on industrial equipment and architecture, to form cylinders and disks for the legs and tops.
"In reference to its industrial origins, Net is purposefully geometric and simple in its design language," explains the designer. "The tables have a large surface with expanded steel perforations that give a feeling of lightness while being small enough to not allow small objects to slip through."
The tables come in a range of powder-coated paint colours and are available in various different sizes.
Hubert and Moroso also recently collaborated on a chair with a hammock-like back and a chair that looks like it's wrapped up in a cloak.
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