This collection of tables draws inspiration from contemporary architecture, sculpture, and research into the materials used, in particular, the natural properties of oxidization. It is thus a case of combining 'sustainable' materials such as stone or metal and making them into an architectural shape.
The Oxidation tables combine a simple shape with a complicated texture and are a mix of traditional techniques and highly advanced technologies.
As it oxidizes, metal can bring some unexpected results: each table is naturally unique and one will certainly discover a myriad of variations in its oxidized top. Top in oxidized (acid-treated) steel, finished with transparent varnish. Base in Tuscan stone.
Manufactured by Ligne Roset:
Ukrainian industrial designer Kateryna Sokolova was born in 1984.
She is co-founder and creative director of the brand NOOM and SOKOLOVA design studio.
Design team working in a wide range of disciplines: furniture, lighting, hardware, electronics, environment.
Kateryna graduated from the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts.
And held an internship at German Design University "Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle"
She is master of Industrial Design.
Participant and winner of a lot of European design exhibitions and competitions.
The most important of them Red Dot Design Award 2015.
From 2011 till 2017 collaborated with French company Jarre Technologies, related to develop and design video and
musical hi-tech product around the name and the experience of famous french musician Jean Michel Jarre.
Today, Kateryna is an internationally established designer based in Kiev.
Collaborate with European and Asian companies.
Among clients: Ligne Roset, Jarre Technologies, Forestier, Bolia, Palau, Noom.