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Nebbessa Table: Nuvist Materialized Concept of Elegance

Nebbessa Table Nuvist materialized concept of elegance

The new technologies and modern materials have allowed to the Nuvist designers to try to materialize the concept of elegance, make it tangible and to be able to suprise the visual sense through fluid geometry. Thereby, project Nebbessa table has interceded the meeting between functionality and a unique elegance, characteristic to the art.

This type of furniture can be considered a piece of artistic art, sculptural that can match to the modern interiors. Regardless of the style of modern design approached, gives the interior a plus of dynamism and energy, whether we are dealing with a house, a space for offices, hotels, shops, exhibitions or luxury locations. The continuous geometric, fluid and dynamic form of Nebbessa was inspired by the strength and beauty of the waves.

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