The Absolute dining table is inspired by the stunning Absolute World building. Also known by Absolute Towers and fondly dubbed the Marilyn Monroe towers by local residents, the contemporary dining table is influenced by the twisting fluidity lines of the building. The main goal of this symbolic building is to exalt the natural lines of life and wake up people’s desires towards nature, such as the sun and wind, and certainly, human bodies. The Absolute contemporary dining table features a charming layered form which supports the smoked glass top, perfectly representing the twin towers through a luxury furniture piece.
Table top is made in lacquered wood with a black glass inset. The structure is made in lacquered and gold leaf coated wood. The base is made in lacquered wood and polished brass. Dimensions Height 76 cm | 29.9" Diameter 140 cm | 55.1"
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