The design incipit starts from a tension, a shift in center of gravity that seeks a new form of balance. The project investigates the basic elements of a table: a surface and its support. A thin iron top with a circular form is supported by a single thin metal tube that through folds, rotations and twists seek the slightest gesture of support. The project finds its identity elements in the joints, points of junction and mediation between different conditions. In particular, two punctual connecting elements, equal and opposite, identify the points of support between the ground and the plane. These are adjustable elements that allow minimal ground inclinations to be adjusted. These feature a polished finish, embellishing their role as a joint. Another declination of the joint is delineated by the use of small, specially designed, rubber elements with interlocking threads that compensate for linear support points, avoiding any vibrations. The design does not seek new formalisms, but reinterprets and stresses existing archetypes. Upside down identifies a diagrammatic gesture, a logo, an idea.
The connecting components in polished iron become the element of identity and possible variation, being able to take chrome or painted finishes on request.