Designer Christophe Pillet
The underlying concept behind the Any Day family of tables and coffee/side tables dwells in the concept of subtraction.
The designer intentionally stripped the design of non-essentials, to then focus on “the details, the precise proportions and masterful execution, inherent features that inescapably define the quality of that object”.
The basic idea was to set a piece of wood on a simple metal structure. The first items to grow out of this concept were a coffee/side table and a console, followed by a dining table, desk and a series of cabinets.
The metal structure of the Any Day dining table has uncluttered lines and is available in many finishes, while the tops come in Canaletto walnut or ash veneer; with glossy lacquer finish in a palette of sophisticated shades; or in various types of luxurious marble.
All of the pieces are flawlessly finished, even on the back, so they can also be used as room dividers.