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Liu Jo Living coffee tables celebrate the tradition of coffee



In Italy and many other places around the world, drinking coffee is a daily ritual. To celebrate it, Liu Jo Living proposes the coffee tables designed by Simone Cagnazzo and Giuseppe Viganò.

Thanks to the overlapping of shapes, geometries and colors, Caillou Coffee Table focuses on the reflections of glass and precious metal, while in warmer tones, Caillou Wood Coffee Table, available in small and large versions, is reminiscent of the Orient. Rounded profiles of irregular organic shapes in natural wood pander to the desire for a delicate return to the essential.

On the other hand, the contrasts of shapes and shades make Clip an element with a contemporary vocation, an exercise in style that lends personality to the environment: a solid, highly functional and sculptural object in which material differences stand out, defining its character. The Clip side table, the name also suggests, thanks to its shifted base is a serving piece designed to sit alongside and on top of a complement. The asymmetrical structure of the table top creates a refined contrast with the linearity of the support highlighting its versatility: a passe-partout coffee table, ideal to be placed next to sofas in the living area or to the bed in the sleeping area as a side support.

The Warmover coffee tables, designed for individual living or as collective contemporary furniture, find maximum expressiveness together with the eponymous of seating system.

Finally, in living rooms with a classic soul, Linear Shore Coffee Table, designed by Giuseppe Viganò, recalls the world of fashion and jewelry. Made with a glass top and digital print insert with contrasting textural effect, thanks to the particular foot that evokes the safety pin revisited in a modern key, it draws new shapes for tailor-made living areas.