Adjustable-Height Coffee Table Needs No Legs to Level Up


Rather than ratchet a breakable mechanism up and down, this elegant glass coffee table requires only that you add or remove a support piece from a central stack to shift its level.

The core column consists of skewed wooden cylinders that come in various colors and finishes, painted white, black or yellow, stained ash or wenge, or open-pore lacquered chestnut.

Some of this quirky stems are are topped with a circle of clear glass (large, medium or small), while pairs of pillars can be capped with oblong and otherwise oddly-cut surfaces.

For Gallotti & Radice, mainly producers of minimalist furniture and furnishings, these tables and their superimposed conical rings represent a playful departure from more standard and simple see-through affairs.

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