Coffee table, side table, a base for every corner of the house: Tip Top is a strategic solution to combine a classy look with endless versatility. Agility and lightness are the characteristics you’ll notice first glance, something that it’s able to bring to all types of environments: it adds light, comfort and refined air to furnished rooms in a simple and essential way and can enhance and exploit those that are more sleek-looking and formal. The captivating line of the Tip Top table comes from the perfect balance of shapes and sizes: stability and grace come together thanks to the union of the circular-shape base and the support shelf, as well as the curvy leg that connects them. Further emphasizing the unique design of this coffee table is the obvious contrast between the compactness of the surfaces and intriguing transparency of the leg: a dual texture that amplifies the graceful effect of its interior design and highlights the careful research done by designer Philippe Starck to offer the public a new object, one that’s visually striking but, at the same time, concretely usable in everyday life. This table fills and decorates the corners of your home or office with discretion but manages to offer a roomy top on which to comfortably rest coffee cups, books or newspapers, or plants, tablets, computers or small appliances. In addition to the inside of your home, Tip Top can also be used in outdoor spaces: The modern PMMA from which it’s made is perfectly resistant to rain, moisture, heat and sunlight. In addition, it can easily be cleaned without ever losing its shine. Indoors or outdoors, this versatile and elegant table can be moved with agility thanks to its lightweight, safe and reliable support base that’s ideal for any type of use._x000D_
Catalan designer from Ibiza, Eugeni Quitllet started studying design at the Ibiza art school in 1991. He graduated in design and interior design at “La Llotja” art school, Barcelona, in 1996. He collaborated with many studios of architecture and design in Barcelona and participated to design exhibitions of culture entities, such as Joan Miró Foundation. He was one of those young contemporanean designers of the city who generated objects and ephemeral spaces presented during the biennale of design “Primavera del Disseny”, Barcelona: now part of the collection is in the Museo de las Artes Decorativas. He participated in the international exhibition Passion diseño español to promote Spanish design. In 2001 he met Philippe Starck in Formentera and started a strong collaboration with him. They now design many pieces of furniture and products for some of the most important companies in the world signed as Starck & Quitllet.
Catalan designer from Ibiza, Eugeni Quitllet started studying design at the Ibiza art school in 1991. He graduated in design and interior design at “La Llotja” art school, Barcelona, in 1996. He collaborated with many studios of architecture and design in Barcelona and participated to design exhibitions of culture entities,...
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