Nogi means foot in polish, it’s an other design from Oskar Zeita using FiDU technology. What I particularly like about the nogi table base is it’s economy of structure with a single beam running between both trestles. In the version that I saw here at last years Maison et objet there is a table top using another technology developed by Zeita where two or three perforated sheets of thin steel are joined to make a strong rigid lightweight sheet. There is some thing sort of praying mantis like about this base, and for me it is one of his less bulbous, lightest most economic designs.
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