United States, 1970s
Vladimir Kagan began his experiments with plexiglas in the late 1960s. Produced in the early 1970s, this table creates a visual illusion, at once strong of line and almost invisible. Two opposing arcs of Plexiglas are joined along one edge by three bold chrome-tapped rivets. Floating above, a deeply beveled round glass top adds to the magic. Two corresponding Lotus chairs are also available.