Walter Knoll, 2010 + 2017

The powdered wire structure of the Joco Side Table holds the thin top in a way that is almost weightless, and yet very stable.
As is the case with the Vladi Table, Joco also has a characteristic 2-D appearance when seen from above, while the laser-cut squares continue into space in a wire

structure. Joco plays with infinitely expanding geometric regularity: a square is circumscribed by a second square rotated 45 degrees, and finally bordered by a circle. The pattern in the table surface is created by the top view of all the interlaced squares. The Joco Side Table is available in three sizes.

photos: Walter Knoll

Walter Knoll