Cassina company has manufactured a coffee table called Rio, which was originally designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1962.
Charlotte Perriand was the mould-breaking designer and has created two variants of Rio table. The original model, projected for Jacques Martin`s house in Rio de Janeiro, was subsequently adapted for the embassy of Japan in Paris. Cassina brand decided to reedit the first variant of the table.
529 Rio coffee table is round and consists of six sections of a circle with different radiuses. The tabletop with small openings in the middle is formed by the elements, which are aligned over the edge in staggered ordering. The model is rather steady thanks to six unusual legs.
The table is available in three upholstery variants: natural oak with rattan cane, natural oak with white Carrara marble and black-tinted oak with the same marble.