Turning Point: Top 5 designer tables with a twist

SEP 3, 2015 | By Jaina Chandwany

How does a simple table with a straight surface and four legs transform into a design experiment for creatives and the biggest decor brands in the world? Here are some eloquent examples from the recently concluded Salone del Mobile in Paris.1. KartellWith subtle cubism at play, Braque by Mario Bellini was sculpted from a singular piece of moulded transparent polycarbonate. It features neutral hues of crystal and smoke grey, allowing easy integration into any interiors. Website: www.kartell.com2. ReflexTwist table has a leather top with partitions made of ebony or Canaletto walnut wood, and metal legs finished in graphite. Website: www.reflex.it3. Roche BoboisImagined by designer Joelle Rigal, the low round Physalie has a unique base of overlapping perforated and plain sheets in lacquered steel.Website: www.roche-bobois.com4. B&B ItaliaThe Oskar table by Vincent Van Duysen fuses a robust structure and unique set of materials with its solid or lacquered timber legs, steel frame and a variety of top finishes.Website: www.bebitalia.com5. GuframNovecento conceptualised by Italian duo Dante Donegani and Giovanni Laud, has legs shaped like peasants carrying baskets on their heads.Website: