Central Park, a gigantic green space within a densely-packed grid, is a defining element of Manhattan. Can you imagine New York without Central Park? Or without its iconic Manhattan grid?
Both are symbols and emotional attachments not only for New Yorkers but for people all around the world in love with The City.
After a process that involves their spatial data via Open street maps resized with a more uniform criterion, they have become witnesses to more intimate moments, the core of more private routines, such as a morning coffee while reading a magazine or while soaking in the view that stretches outside the window.
The table is made of a unique steel plate bent to obtain the final U shape and painted in a RAL color with a glossy finish. The map grid is made by cutting vector blocks through a CNC cut.
Some variants in color are possible.