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The ILL table symbolizes the brand’s philosophy. The top is made of reclaimed wood derived from centuries-old architecture, and has been expertly restored with meticulous and skilled woodworking. Treated with 100% non-toxic and sustainable paints, it preserves the patina of time. The grain of the wood reveals the story of its past, while standing out to tell the story of its future. The base is made of cast glass on cast-iron molds, a typical Murano process that gives this quintessentially sustainable material the structural solidity required.
The forms become essential in the extreme, given that the role of design is to allow the sensory vibrations of the material to emerge. This purity of form returns in the Waterfall table, made entirely of glass, celebrating the material’s transparency and lightness. The poetry of material also reimagines a classic accent piece: the River sideboard, both modern and timeless, brings together reclaimed wood, glass, and leather. The connection between domestic spaces and the home that characterizes all of Naturedesign’s work is also apparent in the Lymph table, whose sinuous and organic surface evokes biomorphic forms to introduce a new concept of conviviality.
Naturedesign embraces artisan processes, natural materials, and a low environmental impact supply chain that extends to transportation, specifically designed to curb CO2 consumption. Pieces from the latest collections are designed for “air-free” travel, meaning that they are disassembled and bound by highly-compact, plastic-free packaging. Those who choose a table, a sideboard, a chair, or a bookshelf by Naturedesign embrace nature with love and respect.