Simple and monumental, Clockwise reveals its subtle humour only to those who manage to grasp the play of steps that define the position of the legs and the alternation of their positioning in the corners of the top. Born from the first collaboration between Tacchini and designer Michael Anastassiades, it is a table with an important presence, which at the same time evokes a sense of lightness in the legs that chase each other almost dancing, rotating around a choreography that suggests the right dance steps to experience it fully. At different rhythms, following the metaphor of a gesture, the movements and activities that take place around the table can thus be told from time to time unexpectedly, as fluid and informal as the environments in which the table itself can be placed.

Michael AnastassiadesYear: 2024

W 250 D 130 H 73 cm

W 160 D 160 H 73 cm

Materials and finishes
Available in Verde Mediterraneo marble, Verde Avocado marble with a matte finish and in natural stained ash wood.
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Michael Anastassiades

Michael Anastassiades is a Cypriot designer based in London. He founded his studio in 1994 followed by his eponymous brand in 2007. Working across lighting, furniture, objects and spatial design, his designs are most notable for their honest use of materials, familiarity of form and clarity of function. They are at once disciplined and obsessive with a playfulness that inspires a vitality once might not expect. Michael Anastassiades trained as a civil engineer at London’s Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine before taking a masters degree in industrial design at the Royal College of Art. His work is featured in permanent collections at the Museum Of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, the MAK in Vienna, the Crafts Council in London and the FRAC Centre in Orleans France. In 2015, Anastassiades received the Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) award from the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) in recognition of outstanding contribution to design and society. He has gone on to win the Designer of the Year award for Elle Decoration International Design Awards (2019), The Design Prize (2019), Maison&Objet (2020) and ADI Compasso d’Oro Award (2020). In 2024, he received an OBE from King Charles III for services to design.