Studio Joachim Morineau - Table
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AEDES is a dining table inspired by the ruins from the temple of Apollo Sosianus in Rome. The three re-erected and existing columns of this temple in Rome were the main inspiration for the legs of the Aedes table. Moreover, its original cornice/frieze became the industrial structure which supports the Getacore table top. The etymology of Aedes, comes from the latin word “temple”.
Good to know:
- Made of anodized aluminum tubes, profiles and sheets
- Getacore GC3011 merano cream sheet
- Dimensions: H: 75 cm, L: 220 cm, W: 100 cm
It is possible to get a different color / finish (such as blasted or anodized aluminum). Different sizes and compositions can be created based on your needs!