The One Piece Coffee Table

published in: Design By Guest, 16 December 2008

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Guest Contribution by Pascal Panagiotidis

Yoann Henry Yvon plays with the simplicity and movement of curves giving the impression that the One Piece Coffee Table is a non-stop transforming object. Change the position of the table’s main curve or just your point of view and the table gets a different shape. The 25 year old French designer explains how his desire of creating something unique with just only one panel led him to create the One Piece Coffee Table.

description:
Majestic & Reverence coffee table
Easily to pill up!
"Majestic & Reverence coffee table"(one piece concept)is just an attractive, practical and optical illusion furniture for any space. One Piece series were born in the search for a concept based on the possibility to create something with only one panel... The inspiration for this project was based on the simplicity and the movement of the curves. The main curve of the coffee table changes all the time, depending of your point of view. Ideal for people who want to give contemporary touches on their living space or on their outdoor garden.


about Yoann Henry Yvon
Yoann Henry Yvon was born in 1983 in Nice, France. He stayed for 12 years in Spain where he studied in the University of Economy in Valencia but he finally graduated in Interior Design with honors from Istituto Europeo di Design in Italy . He is a product and interior designer located in Milan, working in freelance projects and constantly communicated with few designers. His aim is to create iconic designs using pictures or symbols that reside in our memory and develop a special relationship between products and people. Design is a language and the designer the translator.

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  • friend
    NICO | 2008-12-16 14:55:23

    ahahahahha.. fuck.. why nobody thought of this before... is so beautiful

  • friend
    zuy | 2008-12-16 18:39:12

    there is a lot od one piece coffee tables ... this one is nice but has less accessibility to the top and to feet under table...

  • friend
    zuy | 2008-12-16 18:49:34

    michael bihain from Belgium has also a one piece table http://designcrack.com/v2/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/big-iris-by-michael-bihain.jpg

  • friend
    zuy | 2008-12-16 18:57:01

    the french designer Alexis Tricoire had also a one piece table for Vange Belgium http://www.alexistricoire.com/images/book/6_183.jpg

  • friend
    Frederic | 2008-12-16 19:16:29

    These are basic renderings. Everybody can design anything if it isn't put to the test of manufacturability and usage. This is Air Design.

  • friend
    zuy | 2008-12-16 20:00:54

    frederic i like your concept of air design as air guitar....

  • friend
    Frederic | 2008-12-16 21:08:07

    zuy: thank you , but this Air Design epidemic on the web is worrying me. Junior designers all over want to become the new Ora Ito by publishing fake projects as real ones, sometimes demonstrating their complete lack of technical skills in the process. tsss tsss

  • friend
    zuy | 2008-12-16 22:06:47

    ...but the true story is mORAbITO began with 10 pro designers...

  • friend
    Marlen | 2008-12-17 02:40:27

    have you make a prototype ? For me is the best one piece table ... crazy and fonctional , good luck.

  • friend
    KDO | 2008-12-17 23:59:18

    ........................................i like the dynamic look!............................................ ............................................very zen design...................................................

  • friend
    dan | 2008-12-18 05:32:51

    Awesome ... this one-piece table is very simple yet elegant... is Art Design.

  • friend
    zuy | 2008-12-18 15:47:29

    what is the material?

  • friend
    reg | 2008-12-22 15:15:35

    Sorry for the others... Finally a designer which surprises us with simple and so beautiful products. Zuy, sorry but your comments about Alexis Tricoire and Michael Bihain are completely except subject. This concept and design are so fresh...Zuy, please be objective and constructive and not destructor. That's not the proposal of Yatzer.

  • friend
    zuy | 2009-01-23 15:02:30

    before.... a similar glass table in italy http://www.lavetreria.com/fr/home1.htm

  • friend
    DENISE | 2009-02-28 09:39:51

    DO YOU KNOW THE MARGUERITE BIKE ?

  • friend
    zuy | 2009-03-01 12:59:55

    reg it's until now a virtual design only a good rendering but with no manufacturing process...It's eye catching and i like it is it a new concept? new idea? is it a good concept? One piece table ? There are a lot (see links) a new shape? a new function? a new use? new material? May be yesmay be not This designer is in Italy , if the answer is yes there no problem to manufacture there a proto of a One piece table then to find a manufacturer ...

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