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Boabab is one of Ionna Vautrin’s latest designs that was shown at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair. Baobab is a table/console that has an atypical shape inspired by Baobab trees. Like those found in nature, Baobab maintains a thick base with thin branches that lead to functional mirrors/table surfaces of different heights. Designed by Ionna Vautrin in collaboration with Moustache.

This table and the console show atypical morphology of a Baobab : a massive strain tapering into different branches topped by a longitudinal foliage. These are equipped with furniture, side trays or pivoting mirrors located at different heights. This collection, made ​​of Corian, proposes to go beyond the formal possibilities of this material. Commonly used form of panels, Corian footprint by more formal vocabulary and modeled sculpture.


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