Axis - Acerbis
Year
2009
Designer

An ultra-slim design, which continually surprises the eye with shapes that are light and airy from one angle, or purified and monumental from another, a marvel of optical illusion created with the simplistic and playful minimalism characteristic of designers Gabriele and Oscar Buratti.
The internationally-awarded duo has created a unique table with four slim legs unusually placed at 90 degree angles, resulting in optical effects ranging from near weightlessness to firm stability, while permitting flexible seating arrangements.
The table, with an extra-thin top, is made of composite material veneered with precious woods, or in back-lacquered glass. The top is supported by four legs in reflective polished stainless or brushed burnished steel, and placed onto opposite perpendicular axes.

Dimensions
Finishes

Wood and glass tops are available.
Wood top: brown oak, thermo-treated eucalyptus, black eucalyptus, dark stained walnut or swamp ash.
Tempered glass top back-lacquered in white, black, warm grey, or frosted white (a frosted finish with an acid-etched surface).
Legs in reflective polished stainless or brushed burnished steel.
Metal frame painted slate grey.

Wooden top
ES42
ES47
ES48
ES57
ES59
Glass top
VT01
VT02
VT04
VT03
Base
MT01
MT02
Brown oak ES42

Oak is a yellowish-brown wood with a medium texture and straight grains. It is a wood with good hardness, stability and durability. The brown colour enhances the elegance of the material.

Black eucalyptus ES47

Eucalyptus wood is a valuable wood with a light brown colour and pinkish shades, but when exposed to smoking it changes its colour to dark brown/bronze. With further processing, very elegant black shades can be obtained. After being treated, it is a very durable and stable wood, ideal for furniture making.

Eucalyptus ES48

Eucalyptus wood is a valuable wood with a light brown colour and pinkish shades, but when exposed to smoking it changes its colour to dark brown/bronze. After being treated, it is a very durable and stable wood, ideal for furniture making.

Swamp ash ES57

Special veneer identified as "fossil" because they are obtained from logs extracted from the ground, where they have been preserved under layers of clay for hundreds of years. This long natural process, gives the wood a unique, precious appearance, with surprising colours and textures. The ageing of the wood can cause cracks and splits, which are filled and repaired during processing, but not eliminated as they are signs of time that testify to the antiquity and uniqueness of the material.

Dark stained walnut ES59

Canaletto walnut has a medium tone with soft colour variations, making it one of the most popular woods in recent years. The dark colour shade enhances the value and elegance of the material.

White lacquered glass VT01

Float glass slab with painted side.

White lacquered frosted glass VT02

Acid-etched and back-painted float glass slab.

Warm grey lacquered glass VT04

Float glass slab with painted side.

Black lacquered glass VT03

Float glass slab with painted side.

Shiny steel MT01

Polished mirror stainless steel AISI304.

Burnished brushed steel MT02

Polished mirror with burnished or brushed finish stainless steel AISI304.

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