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Meduse Low Coffee Table

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Meduse Coffee Table Low #1

Coffee Table

Meduse Low Coffee Table

999,00
999,00
999,00

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Liu Jo Living’s Jellyfish, like the aquatic animal of the same name that casually follows the ocean current, in their physiognomy, do not resist the flow of change and, in the versatility of this same change, follow the taste and philosophy of those who choose them for their interior design project.

Meduse Coffee Table Low #1
Meduse Coffee Table Low #2
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Description

It is precisely the bangs, from which one can guess the supporting structure equipped with a hidden shelf, that make Meduse an iconic and functional piece of furniture with a strong aesthetic impact.
In the living room designed by Simone Cagnazzo for Liu Jo Living, Meduse becomes the centerpiece of moments of relationship and sharing, fundamental for daily living that is sincere in its being. Coffee table, lower and wider, and Side table, intended as a logical continuation of the sofa armrest, Meduse is an ideal tabletop. Designed to have a dual nature, it does not take up too much space in the living area and gives all its practicality as a container for small objects that you prefer to have at hand, but not in sight. An icon of conviviality, Meduse was born from the combination of a wood veneer top-available in natural oak and charcoal oak-with the textile detail of the trimmings that harkens back to the decorative element of bourgeois living rooms.

A true marriage of classic and modern to remind us that contemporary design is rooted in history. The same history that, today, can give new meaning to an ancient reflection: just as the legend tells us of a Medusa whose beauty has been taken away but who has not lost strength and elegance, the contemporary Medusa designed by Simone Cagnazzo welcomes that fascinating concept of metamorphosis to reinterpret it in a continuous transformation guaranteed by the ease of a change, not of dress, but of fringe. The tripolino decoration can change and appear in four variations that recall the strength of beauty always under the banner of sustainability. A concern for the environment demands an ability to adapt to new processes and production.

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