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Madison Coffee Table

by Andrea Casati for Naos
Madison Coffee Table $3,095.00
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    Madison coffee table is inspired by the need for practicality with an uncompromising sculptural aesthetics and a distinct, innovative composition. Manufactured in Italy by Naos, Madison coffee table is designed by Andrea Casati and features four synchronized swiveling tops to showcase it in numerous positions. From entirely opened into a large square to entirely closed into a small square, when half opened, it turns into a rectangular shape.

    With each top shaped like a square, the design of the Madison coffee table is comprehensive. The square-shaped tops have rounded edges to make it less hazardous. Madison coffee table has a square metal base that's available in a variety of metal finishes while it's metal supports have many different options. The tops can be dual toned with tops 2 and 4 in glass and tops 1 and 3 in any of the available ceramic finishes.

    • country of origin:Italy
    • Assembly Required:Yes
    • Shipping Charges:free
    Naos is a pioneer in industrial modern Italian design that focused on movement and reinvention of objects. Offering original products both in design as well as in how they function, Naos products include innovative extension dining and coffee tables.
  • details
    • Designed by Andrea Casati
    • Four synchronized swiveling tops
    • Combination of two glass and two ceramic tops in a variety of colors
    • Version with all glass or all ceramic tops is available on request
    • Supports and base are available in various metal finishes
    • Made in Italy
  • dimensions
    • 28¼"W × 28¼"W × 16½"H (Closed)
    • 54¾"W × 54¾"D × 16½"H (Opened)
  • design

    designed by

    Andrea Casati

    A graduate of the Faculty of Design at the Polytechnic of Milan in 2001, Andrea Casati is a creative genius in the design world. He started his career by working with Studio D'Urbino Lomazzi, where he gained invaluable experience that gave him the courage to open his studio, Andrea Casati Design in 2006, which has become very successful.

    Casati's designs are full of geometry and overlapping materials that are all one-of-a-kind and make a statement in a contemporary setting. Innovative and eye-catching, his projects are great conversation starters and are the result of many fruitful collaborations with prominent Italian brands.

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    Since the mid-1980s Naos has been a pioneer in industrial design that centrally focused on movement and reinvention of objects. Offering truly original products both in design as well as in how they function, Naos product groups include innovative extension dining tables, coffee tables, dining chairs, and shelving solutions. Many of the dining tables expand at the touch of a button or from a unique mechanism, and some coffee tables rotate smoothly to show off different levels and instantly create ample space for belongings.

    With cutting edge technology, the most sophisticated materials like chromed metal, stainless steel, aluminum, ceramic, and glass, Naos presents visually impactful furniture elements that are futuristically prevalent and present-day need fulfilling at once. The combination of movement, functionality, and eye-catching aesthetics make Naos one of the best modern furniture companies on the market.

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