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Haiku is a Japanese word used to describe a poem consisting of just three lines up to a total of seventeen syllables. The coffee table designed by Marco Zito for Saba Italia is in fact made up of three parts – the frame and the two tops.
The slim architecture suspends the tops on two levels which play with the partial overlap and combinations of colours in pastel shades, in a simple and well-gauged relationship of balance and proportions.
Haiku was designed with a sophisticated palette which plays on subtle shading.
Frame in metal rod with matte black coating.
Tops in lacquer finish MDF.
Structure in painted wire drawn with diameter 10 mm and top in matte lacquer finish MDF h 12 mm.