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Icosi. Afroditi krassa.

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This simple geometric shape made of numerous curved, varnished steel rods makes a beautiful occasional table. Designed by Afroditi Krassa for Italian furniture producer Bonaldo, the Icosi is a light table that originated for drawing lines and grids on models on a form that Krassa had already constructed. The designer used 20 bent steel rods, which contributes to the name “Icosi”, meaning “twenty” in Greek. The dynamic and simple form is a versatile piece perfect for many environments and is available in various colors, making it a contemporary classic.

designer: afroditi krassa
producer: bonaldo
materials: steel rods
period: 2009

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Object ID: 3861
Category/function: furniture · Producer A > K · steel · storage

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