HBL Analysis: Fontable

Monday, 6 June 2011

Designed by Alessandro Canepa and Andrea Paulicelli, the Fontable is a table made from sheet steel with anodized aluminium legs, available in each letter of the alphabet, both lower and uppercase, and in the numbers 0-9.

Each piece features adjustable legs so that letters can be overlapped and rearranged as desired. Specialist finishing is available on demand, and - of course - multiple configurations are encouraged.

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