Table in Wonderland by FABRICA

Category: Design Published on 16 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , , , ,
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Table in Wonderland is a system of store display fittings created to showcase apparel and accessories. Table in Wonderland was especially created by designers Charlotte Juillard and David Raffoul of FABRICA for the remodeled United Colors of Benetton Miami flagship store which debuted in December 2012 during Design Miami / Art Basel.

The custom furniture system, designed from modular shapes that fit together in various combinations, recalls the beachside cityscape and its Art Deco pastel-colored landmark buildings. Modular and flexible, the system offers a variety of personalized solutions, mixing forms, surfaces, and multicolored geometries, in line with the distinctive elements of the Benetton brand.

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images © Mariana Fernandes

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