Rotor by Kristalia
The Rotor coffee table is formed from a series of square components which are linked, so as to rotate around each other. This means that the table can be customised by moving the parts around, creating a unique item of designer furniture that is both beautiful and fun to use.
The middle squares can be rotated 360 degrees, creating space to store cups of coffee or magazines, while the upper and lower squares are fixed in place to guarantee stability and complete the harmony of the table. Rotor can be produced with laminate surfaces, it can be lacquered or have a glossy matte or wood finish. This table is not just ideal for living rooms or other spaces around the home.
With its impressive appearance, Rotor can be placed to good effect in offices and waiting rooms, to add an original touch of imagination to professional environments.SHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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About the designer
Born in Feltre in 1939, Luciano Bertoncini, moved to Treviso and started working at the architect Vittorio Rossi‘s Studio gaining experience in building and design brands. In this period he designed the Zattera bed and the living room furniture Italian Look which contributed to define modern Italian furniture.
He met the designer Joe Colombo, art director at Elco, who included in his catalogue the Gronda coat-stand (winner of the 2nd prize at the Abet Print contest in 1971). After Joe Colombo’s unexpected death, he realised the exhibition “Italy : the new domestic landscape” at the Moma in New York.
His collaboration with motorcycle company Aprilia resulted in the Tuareg Wind, selected for the XIV° Compasso d’Oro contest.
In the furniture sector, he collaborates with several companies and for Bellato, his bed Onda has been selected for the X° Compasso d’Oro.
In 1999, the city of Oderzo dedicated a personal exhibition for his 30 years of design activity, with a publication edited by Virginio Briatore, presented by Sergio Polano, RDE Ricerche Design Editrice. With his Office in Treviso, he continues to engage in design and architecture.