Designed by Simone Cagnazzo, the three new coffee tables from Liu Jo Living each take inspiration from the many origins and histories of coffee as a daily ritual. Intended to create moments of pause and an atmosphere of relaxation and sharing, each of the three tables – Caillou, Clip and Warmover – bring a distinct personality to residential living spaces.
Combining two forms into one, the Caillou coffee table plays with overlapping shapes, geometries and colours. Slender steel legs support both round and oval tops, which are made from lacquered glass, ceramic or printed graphic layered over an 18-millimetre-thick MDF structural top. Multiple size variations are available.
The Clip coffee table, meanwhile, pairs black-finished steel and warm solid ash (in natural or carbon finishes) in a formation that is highly functional as well as sculptural. Designed with a shifted base, the table can also be tucked close to a sofa to serve as a side table.
Last but not least is the Warmover coffee table, with its low-slung profile and extra-wide surface. Made with black metal legs and either an Ombre or Canaletto melamine top, Warmover can be used independently or sat side-by-side to create expansive surfaces.