Reverse has a sculptural presence with great versatility. The sculptural base can be situated in interior and exterior spaces. Single, as a pair to support large tabletops, and also forming groups in communal projects. Its catalog of finishes is as wide as its integration possibilities thus making Reverse an icon for every environment.
The versatility of this program of bases is demonstrated in this video, offering a wide range of solutions through its different versions of tables: Lounge, Occasional, High Table and central bases in combination with different...
A clear, emphatic and singular form under a blanket of light without losing prominence. This combination is also a play on materials, textures and colors.
Reverse bases have a sculptural presence and great versatility. They can be installed indoors and outdoors. Used alone, in pairs to support a large table top, and also forming groups in collective projects.
Its range of finishes is as wide as its integration possibilities, all of which makes Reverse an icon in all types of environments.
The Reverse program, an icon of elegance, is now available both in its standard height and in its Lounge option – with a lower base, for informal meetings accompanied by lounge chairs – in a high-end cement finish, which provides a material and architectural appearance to any project.
Like the rest of the collection, connectivity is available, housed in its interior and multimedia outputs.
The Reverse Conference and Reverse Conference Lounge versions with cement finishes are available in tabletop sizes from 1400 x 1400 mm / 55in. x 55in. to...
The Flex Executive and Reverse Occasional collections have received two honorable mentions in the Best of Year Awards given out by the prestigious American magazine Interior Design.
With more than 80 years of history, it is one of the most influential publications in the field of design, architecture and interior design. Each year, Interior Design presents the Best of Year Awards to the best products from the American and international markets. This past December 3rd almost 1,000 people from the design community gathered in Frank Gehry’s IAC Building...