Trieteris, named for a Latin triennial festival, stands proudly on three legs, claiming space like a relic from an unknown era. A study in light and volume, concentric thin welded metal rings float in parallel just below a wood undertop. The base supports a clear glass disc top above.
Transparency seemingly pervades the volume of the piece. Even the largest of tables appear extremely light and kinetic, as if they could dart off at any moment.
An array of many tiny cubic black rubber studs contrasts against the wood, supporting the glass firmly, while simultaneously providing an attractive design detail.
Three, four and six legged versions are offered to suit various glass top diameters and seating capacities.