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ZHD'S MEW Coffee Table explores relationship between surface and structure
20 Sep 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The MEW Coffee Table is described as an investigation into the relationship between surface and structure
Photo: ©Jacopo Spilimbergo
Zaha Hadid Design has partnered with Italian furniture design firm Sawaya & Moroni to create the Mew Coffee Table.

The table is described as an investigation into the relationship between surface and structure, a recurring theme explored in the work of the late Dame Zaha Hadid, who passed away in 2016.

Available in two colourways - red and white - with a glossy polished finish, the design is defined by surfaces converging at different heights, and explores the meeting of planes curving from the horizontal tabletop to become a structure.

Maha Kutay, co-director of Zaha Hadid Design, says: "Continuing our 25-year collaboration with Sawaya & Moroni, which has evolved through collections exploring relationships between solid and void, figure and ground, form and function, the Mew coffee table manifests a sculptural sensibility that re-invents our perception of structure and surface.

"Shaped by typological and functional considerations, the coffee table’s design is precariously dependent on its narrative of fluid connectivity.”
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