• table
  • Capdell
  • 2015

The main feature of the Gazelle tables is the slender, yet sculptural, legs that support the thin tabletops.

The leg design, in cast aluminium, is the result of ’morphing’ a circle at the top into a ’softened triangle’-shape at its base. This sculptural gesture is inspired by both Southern European classics such as Gio Ponti’s Superleggera as well as the slimmed-down elegance of Scandinavian wooden furniture from the 50’s and 60’s. These often feature parts with refined sections where shape and diameter vary along their length in a sinuous fashion.

As you approach a Gazelle table, the play of light across the high gloss paint or polished aluminium surface catches your eye and invites you to touch.

The overall impression is a super-thin table that provides a refined elegance to fit any room. An iconic silhouette through extreme reduction of mass.

The assembly concept makes virtually any table size or shape possible.