- Designer : Tokujin Yoshioka
- Year of Design : 2012
- Awards : Winner of the Good Design Award 2012 & Red Dot Design Award 'Best of the Best 2013'
- Material: Transparent or batch coloured PMMA
- Dimensions: H: 72cm; W: 100cm; Depth: 100cm
- Delivery: Special order; 3 - 4 weeks
The Invisible Table, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka for Kartell, is light and highly functional. Invisible is a square dining table which which boasts to be the largest form created from a single mould in plastic! As suggested within its name, objects which sit on its surface appear as though they are suspended in mid-air.
Versatile in nature, Invisible's shape and finish make it ideal for a range of applications. Embodying Kartell's signature material and finish it adapts to its surroundings with its clean and minimal design.
Created through a pioneering injection technique using only a single mould, it can withstand substantial weight and maintain stability, marking an advance in technological innovation and construction methods.
This dining table comes in a wide range of transparent hues including crystal/clear as well as solid matte white.