Interior design of the future: the unique table with pyramid legs and mirrors

Innovative concepts created by young architects and product designers can be seen at BIFE-SIM 2014, The International Fair for Furniture, Equipment and Accessories, between 10th to 14th of September. The exhibition is hosted by Romexpo Exhibition Center, in Bucharest, Romania.

The creations are all functional, so if you are into decorations and interior design, The International Fair for Furniture, Equipment and Accessories is where you can find the resistance piece for your residence or the space you want to design.

Romanian brand Createlier suggests the Polyvision table suspended on mirror pyramids instead of legs. Through the collaboration with the Laboratory of Architecture, Createlier is part of the guests at High Definition Architectural Design stand, Pavilion C6, stand 12.

Createlier Table Polyvision
The Polyvision table looks spectacular and is standing on mirror legs, which are apparently entering the tabletop, becoming also supports for various accessories. However, these are removable, if somebody wants to use the entirely tabletop.

masa Polyvision

masa Createlier

The story behind Createlier started six years ago when two students at the University of Architecture and Urbanism, in Bucharest decided to combine their passions for design, art and architecture. Miruna Darie and Diana Stoicescu were studing Product Design, and now they are managing partners and senior designers at Createlier.

Miruna Darie:

Creation has no bounds, and our imagination has no boundaries. Createlier is a mix of ideas, values ​​and dreams, a new concept specialized in product design which aims to be noted on the domestic and international markets through fresh innovations. Createlier’s main objective is to become a global promoter of design, creation and Romanian culture.

Diana Stoicescu :

We have a work portfolio in all creative industries: product design, interior design, graphic design and image consulting. All this put into practice with an open mind and a little humor.

Createlier design

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