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Marie-Aurore Stiker-Metral’s new double-deck low table presents a lower surface in sheet steel delicately perforated with small circles, the bronze lacquer finish of which confers just the right preciosity to contrast with the richness of the upper top in brilliant-polished marble

The two tops, made from cold, glossy materials (steel and marble), are warmed by their colouring (bronze lacquer for the steel and corsé or verde for the marble) and by the structure/base which holds them together, made from matt black-stained solid ash with a visible grain.
Two-deck low table. Structure and bevelled base in black-stained solid ash. Lower top in bronze lacquered sheet steel with round perforations and a solid border. Upper top in verde or corsé-coloured marble, brilliant-polished and with stain-resistant treatment, and with honed edges.

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Meet the designer
M.-A. Stiker-Metral

Biography :
Born in Paris on 15th March 1981 and graduated from ENSCI-Les Ateliers in December 2007: she underwent this design-oriented training after studying philosophy for four years, including one year at d’Urbino university in Italy. During her time at ENSCI, she obtained a bursary from VIA to develop her ‘La Pliée’ chair, which is now being produced by ligne roset. In conjunction with Felipe Ribon she was the winner of the competition ‘L’eau à la bouche’, organised by Veolia Eau. Her final dissertation, mentored by Philippe Louguet, dealt with the ‘paradoxes of discretion’; her graduation project, mentored by Erwan Bouroullec, explored a range of ‘domestic techniques’ (sewing, embroidery, lace, macramé, weaving), using them to create furniture (storage, a fireside chair, a lamp) with digitally-cut wooden frames and textile surfaces.

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