We are proud to announce that the Confluence table from Pianca was presented with its third design award since its introduction in 2014, the Good Design Award from The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture & Design. It will be added to the Museum’s Permanent Collection and will be featured in the Good Design Yearbook for 2016-2017.
From Pianca: Chosen in the 66th Awards from among thousands of designs nominated for the prize, from 46 different countries, Confluence won in the furniture category for its design, distinguished by sophisticated contrasts. The steel structure comes alive in a dynamic interaction of sinuous curves, which trace out smooth, elegant geometric shapes. The table top, resting on the long ribbon-like contours of the legs, creates the definitive notion of lightness that has guided all of Xavier Lust’s stylistic choices in this project, the poster child of the company. Confluence’s unique features make it an outstandingly distinctive piece, in every one of its versions. Square, rectangular, circular or oval: the top can have four different shapes, which can also be customized in a wide range of finishes, creating a total of 72 possible combinations.
Confluence demonstrates its winning style in being a product that expresses a strong, sharp design, combined with the possibility of being made to meet a broad and highly varied range of requirements.
Likewise, PIANCA has made a winning, richly satisfying decision in increasingly relying on major names in international design, and focussing on research, innovation and quality.
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