This table was designed by the French-Hungarian designer Mathieu Matégot in the 1950s. Matégot enjoyed working with perforated metal sheets. He invented the so-called ‘Ritigulle’ technique, by which perforated sheet is transformed into a thin and flexible material. Matégot’s designs are characterized by a lightness, transparency and elegance that make them so appealing. In original condition, with wear consistent with age and use.
90 × 62 × 70 cm (LxWxH)Origin