Geo cocktail table by Vito Selma

If you’re looking for a truly unique piece of furniture for your living room, we found it for you. The Geo Cocktail Table is definitely an eye-catching piece that will instantly become the focal point of attention if any room, beating even the comfy sofa. Designed by Vito Selma, this unique piece of furniture features extraordinary lines and a very complex design.

The interesting thing about this unusual cocktail table is, that you look at it from different angles, it changes its form and appearance. It can either look like a DNA table base or as a structure ready to fly. The base of the table has a very complex and dynamic design. There are a lot of different lines and the attention to details is incredible. The designer says it’s inspired from STRING ART and that the geometrical pattern and the 3D aspect gives it more depth. The table really gives you the illusion of movement.

This beautiful table is made of either Pine or Mahogany wood. Furthermore, several piece used in its design are made from recycled or unwanted wooden parts of legs and arms of chairs. So besides being such a good-looking and artistic piece of furniture, it’s also green. It’s a very rare combination that makes it even more special. It would make a great addition to any home. It adds elegant and style anywhere it goes.

Published by in Design And Concept, on July 9th, 2011



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