Japanese design studio Nendo has unveiled several new pieces to accompany the Peg armchair it produced last year for Italian brand Cappellini.
Also called Peg, Nendo’s collection includes another chair, a series of beds, a chaise longue, a small and large table, a mirror, a corner cupboard and two sofas.
“Peg is a family of products that tells a history, comfort but also attention to detail, quality of materials and good shapes,” said Cappellini in a statement.
The low Peg sofa table with rounded edges and accentuated curves is available in solid ash wood (in natural, walnut, wenge or ebony finishings) giving it a soft appearance. All of its details are rounded, from the table top profile to the legs. It is characterised in particular by the intersection of the structure and the table top which recall the other products from the same family: sensational objects with a graphic simplicity, enriched with constructive details.
The top and legs of the tables are both rounded – a distinctive element repeated throughout the collection. The tops of the legs puncture the tabletop so they are visible when viewed from above.
introduced: milan 2014