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Spillo

Designed 2013

Slender, elegant forms seem to be part of the identity of this young, talented designer from London, spotted very early on in his career by Zanotta. Twenty years after Less by Jean Nouvel, unanimously acclaimed as the ultimate, archetypal table owing its minimal, light and technological innovation, Damian Williamson tried to develop something similar, adaptable to every circumstance and with a minimum visual impact without forgoing the recognizable mark of the designer. His elegant solution, Spillo has an aluminum-alloy leg, both curved and solid at the same time, and a thin top finished with a sheet of tempered plate glass.

Less minimal is the custom-designed ‘material’ version, which has an imperceptible layer of cement protected with an acrylic finish, which harmonies perfectly with more contemporary trends.

Table. For the model 2524 legs in polished aluminum alloy or varnished grey with tempered clear plate glass top covered in acrylic finish cement with protective titanium dioxide, nanotech stain-resistant treatment. For the model 2525 legs in polished aluminum alloy or painted white or black. Tempered clear plate glass top.

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Designer

Born in London in 1974. He graduated in 1998 from the Department of Product Design at Kingston University London, with his thesis in “advanced materials”. He started his activity working on several design projects, collaborating with some design studios until, in 2004, he founded his design studio based in Stockholm. The office is committed to combining technological research and innovation. His projects are often characterized by a sense of inventiveness and poetic quality.  Since 2005 he serves as guest tutor on the Industrial Design course at LTH University Sweden. He has been working for Zanotta since 2010.
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