The structure of the small tables in the collection Serif is a casual take on the canons of classical architecture.
In a micro scale, its key elements - foundation, columns, roof - are reflected in the elements of the tables - base, legs, top. Yet, the degree of symmetry is not exactly classical, the proportions are more massive and the forms are more clear-cut.
The contours of the tables, especially the taller ones, resemble letter shapes with distinct serifs.
The designer skillfully created a collection that is both unmistakable and universal in terms of character and application.
The diversity of shapes and dimensions makes a Serif a fine choice as a coffee table, a bedside table, or for any other purpose where storage surface is required.
Serif tables come in as many as 6 sizes. Both round and rectangular versions are available, and materials include oak veneer and solid wood.
He is the author of most of NOTI collections: Palo, Paxt, Ronin, Daaz, Serif, Muse, Mishell, Manta, Rosco, Sosa, Mula, Linar plus, Clapp, King, Tritos, x40, Belem, Rotor, Ingram, Compli.