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Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design

Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design
CHAMPIONS is a collection of lacquered tables we produced for Galerie Kreo in Paris. The tables are made of aluminum (extrusions and folded sheet) with tops in float glass. PODIFY, the largest table, measures 3.5m in length. The graphics applied on the tables are fictional. They have no meaning other than to create an illusion which outgrows the objective reality of the product. Obviously, the tables are inspired by sport equipment like bikes, skis, and racecars.

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