Constellation by Kristalia
Constellations is Luca Nichetto’s tribute to the artists Joan Mirò and Alexander Calder and their meeting in Paris in 1928.
The coffee table comprises a light and simple metal frame, on which a choice of squares, circles and semi-ellipses can be combined – inspired by Mirò’s conceptual shapes and Calder’s “Mobiles” – to create compositions of surfaces with different thicknesses and finishes.
The effect is an abstraction of suspended objects: a constellation.
The coffee tables are available in two heights and can combine two, three or four elements, choosing from lacquered tops in five colours or in wood, Fenix-NTM® or stone.
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About the designer
In 2006 Luca Nichetto founded a multidisciplinary design studio in Venice, Italy, which specialised in industrial design, product design and design consultancy. From the very beginning, this studio collaborated with a number of different brands and organisations, quickly expanding its influence far beyond Venice and Italy’s borders. Five years later, in 2011, Nichetto opened a second studio in Stockholm, Sweden. This practice was founded in response to an ever growing number of requests for collaboration from international companies, with the studio’s work also broadening out from its initial focus on designed objects. Nichetto Studio has since expanded into areas such as interior design and architecture.
Today, Nichetto Studio works with a variety of brands and clients from all around the world, and its expertise is sought out across all design disciplines. A deep passion for, and knowledge of, industrial and craft manufacturing processes runs through every aspect of the studio’s work. Nichetto Studio’s projects abound in carefully selected cultural references and a keen attention to detail. The practice’s unique position within both Scandinavian and Italian design culture has given Nichetto Studio worldwide recognition. Appreciation of its work extends far beyond the confines of the design industry.