Coffee table with 12 mm fused and tempered glass top, back-painted with semi-trasparent finishes or with metallic paints.
Solid wood structure available in Tobacco or heat-treated black finish.
Patrick Jouin is a designer whose creativity is shown through decorative arts in the field of industrial design. For FIAM, he made the Aura glass showcase and the Magma glass table.
Patrick Jouin was born in Nantes, France, in 1967 and obtained his degree in 1992 at the ENSCI- Les ateliers in Paris.
Through his work with big companies like Cassina, Kartell, Alessi, Puiforcat, JC Decaux, Fermob, Pedrali, Busnelli, and Fiam and his own unique projects, Patrick has found a place in the world of international design, where he is one of the few people who can change and grow as easily and as strongly as he does.
Patrick Jouin's ID studio does both industrial design and interior design through the Jouin Manku Stydio, which he and his colleague Sanjit Manku started in 2006 together.
Patrick and Sanjit don't see any difference between architecture and design. Every part of a space, from the height of the ceiling to the door handle, from a spoon to a staircase, is a chance for them to show how they see objects, spaces, and structures as a whole.
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