Theo Low Table

Designer: Patricia Urquiola

Through the gradual reduction of the decorative elements, Theo, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, is a reinterpretation of the early avant garde school of the 20th century, with a nod to Theo van Doesburg, who in 1917 founded De Stijl magazine in Leiden (Holland) along with Piet Mondrian. Here Patricia Urquiola moves away from pure colour, in favour of pastel tones. The construction borrows from the principles of neoplasticism by projecting a mini-architecture in scale. The wall becomes a partition used to break up the space, separate and reduce it to an abstract geometric sign before putting it all back together in a balanced play between full and empty, positive and negative. The result is a new structure with a glass top, through which our eyes and the light, can traverse and penetrate the space within. Theo is made from veneered particleboard, in the colours Banana, Sky Grey, Sage, Oxido Red and Black. The top is made from 19 mm float glass.

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