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LASSO - Table

Designed by Iratzoki Lizaso

The name Lasso comes from the way the legs are joined together with a sort of continuous crosspiece that traps them like a lasso. The subtle curve in the legs at the height of this loop is one of the details that imbue the piece with personality, inspired by previous Omelette-Ed designs.

We have tried to be consistent with Omelette-Ed's history through the use of materials and the general tone of the piece” -as they explained from Iratzoki-Lizado- “So we opted for a metal base, similar to the mirror base and a wooden surface with a half round profile. This table will be available in three finishes: natural oak, black and smoke, and the underside of the tabletop will be black like its structure. These details speak the same language as Omelette-Ed's former products and give greater meaning to the collection".

For the studio it was important for the table to be detachable yet at the same time rigid and resistent. The result of this product can be purchased in various sizes, making it perfect for any space. From a small dining room table to an extensive table for large celebrations, and even a conference table, with its longest length of 2 metres. The other sizes are the 1x1m square, followed by the 1.5 table.

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