for B&B Italia
The Oskar Table, designed by Vincent Van Duysen for B&B Italia, features a unique leg profile in blackened chrome, creating a visually appealing and contemporary aesthetic. The cantilevered top floats above the frame with its soft curvilinear proportion, adding a sense of lightness and sophistication. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the Oskar Table offers a range of options to suit your style. Choose between solid or lacquered timber legs, allowing you to create a look that seamlessly integrates with your existing décor. The steel frame ensures stability and durability, providing a sturdy foundation for the table.
The Oskar Table presents a variety of top finishes, including Oak, glass, and natural stone, offering a wealth of possibilities for creating unique and eclectic compositions. Oskar is available in four sizes. Choose between three rectangular options or the square variation. Whether used as a focal point in your dining area or as a statement piece in your living room, the Oskar Table will make a lasting impression.
Vincent Van Duysen
Vincent Van Duysen is a master of simplicity. His architecture and interior projects reveal his emphasis on form, material, light, and landscape. Whether constructed of wood, brick, or concrete, his structures stimulate quiet moments of reflection and beauty, framing the user as they walk up a staircase, offering an unexpected view of the surrounding terrain, or collecting light as it comes and goes. There is vitality in every detail, even if the overall impression of his work is minimalist and stark.
The Belgian talent, who worked at Ettore Sottsass’s studio in the late 1980’s before starting his own studio in Antwerp, approaches his industrial design work in a similar way. Every piece Van Duysen creates, whether the modular Surface table for B&B Italia or the Ratio kitchen for Dada, is an extension of the interior where it will live. The designs are therefore always functional and user-friendly. They also carry the same emphasis on natural materials and simple shapes without unnecessary adornment that defines Van Duysen’s architecture.