A totem that transforms any room into a temple of conviviality. With Togrul, designer Gordon Guillaumier goes beyond the limits of matter to create a table suitable for homes and contract spaces alike. Available in different sizes, the bases in rigid polyurethane are finished in clay, made from 100% raw earth and applied by hand by master craftsmen. The marble top is available in a round or oval version with different finishes. Togrul’s sculptural base is the perfect synthesis of energy and solidity.
The clay finish of Togrul base comes from the mixing of earths, extracted from authorized quarries, divided layer by layer, naturally dried and applied manually: this process allows to enhance the chromatic and tactile characteristics by creating appreciated shades of shades on the surface. The so varied color between one clay and another is due to the various geological origins, which determines a different chemical composition. While respecting the natural opacity of the product, the clay is protected with an acrylic paint that allows the surface to have good scratch resistance.
A special anti-stain treatment for natural stone: without sacrificing or affecting the colors and characteristics of natural stone, the treatment is the first ever of its kind to offer full protection from etching and staining caused by contact with staining elements. Plus: it is eco friendly, easy to clean, permanent, doesn’t alter the colors and doesn’t react to UV rays.
Ø 95 H 73 cm
Ø 120 H 73 cm
Ø 160 H 73 cm
Ø 180 H 73 cm
W 240 D 125 H 73 cm
Rigid polyurethane 32%
Gordon Guillaumier was born in 1966, and was educated firstly in Malta, then in Switzerland, England and Italy. He graduated from IED in Milan (1988-91), before specializing in design at the Domus Academy, Milan (1992). In 1993 he began working with Baleri Associati, as well as collaborating with architect Rodolfo Dordoni. In 2002 he set up his own design studio in Milan, principally working on product design, but also for design consultancy projects. In 2006 he lectured in industrial design at Milan’s Politecnico university.