New Song complements with a contained size and an organic shape, featuring rounded lines that are in perfect harmony with the surrounding space, becoming an elegant yet discreet presence. It is a small table with a minimal look, a compositional unit that can be linked endlessly using the two holes on the surface and the dual characteristics of height and size. Each piece is autonomous
in terms of shape and function and can be used individually. Multiple tables can be arranged to create a symphony of shapes for more complex compositions and original uses. The surfaces emit the warm notes of walnut wood with a natural finish, the edges are curved and visibly thick, and the legs are made of solid wood.
Production year 2017
Graduated from ISIA institute in Florence, Paolo Grasselli deals with design and interior design. In addition to his latest collaboration with Saba, he has worked with Alessi, Arcade, BRF, CellularItalia, Felicerossi, Tonelli, Poggi, Halto, Horus, Olivetti, Viro, Modoluce, Viabizzuno and Ibebi. Since 2008 he has been the art director of the bio-fireplace company Horus and of the new bathroom accessories brand Mirus. His creations have been shown at Deutsches Architektur Museum in Frankfurt and at Felissimo design house in New York. He was an award winner at GranDesign International Award and at Nagaoka Technopolis International Design Competition. He is a professor of Design at Università del Progetto.