Clover Table

Madrid, Spain. 2011

The mealtime has, since the beginning of humanity, been something almost sacred, a time to be with the family, to share with friends, and also an act of festivity.

The Clover Table revolutionizes the relationship between diners. Its curves bring them closer, improving the experience of dialog and conversation that accompanies meals.

The surface of the Clover Table, almost a mirror, seems to “float”, resting on shortened legs that look like old leather straps that defy the laws of gravity with their sinuous shape. Furthermore, the curved shape of the top allows a modular system, counterbalancing each other with an almost limitless layout.

  • Place/Date: Madrid, Spain / 2011
  • Architects: luis vidal + architects
  • Stage: On sale
  • Team: Carlos Peña – Patricia Rojas – Óscar Torrejón – Luis Vidal