COEXIST Marble & Brass Coffee Table
Back from New-York Design Week
The Coexist Coffee Table is made of a slab of white venato Italian marble with two pure brass cubes holding up the surface.
One of the cubes rests on its edge, playing with balance, perspective and geometry to achieve the effect.
The pieces fit seamlessly together in harmonious balance capturing the weight of the materials. Custom sizes and finishes available.
30.5"w x 60″l x 20'h
Marble and brass
Slash Projects works in many scales of design, from digital to physical, working on a wide range of projects from spaces to experiences.
Arielle Assouline-Lichten is a multifaceted designer working in architectural, interactive, graphic and branding.
Her firm Slash Projects bridges the digital and physical gap, with projects that are rooted in physical making, as well as virtual experiences.
She has worked for BIG architects in Copenhagen, Sønhetta in New York, and Kengo Kuma in Tokyo and Paris before establishing Slash Projects in New York.
She holds a Masters in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Arielle has been published in Metropolis Magazine, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Architectural Record among others, for her design work and activism. She started the petition for retroactive recognition of Denise Scott Brown by the Pritzker Prize in 2013, and has been invited to speak at Harvard, The Guggenheim Museum, and the AIA.
Arielle specializes in the intersection of digital and physical space and is passionate about new ways of practice in architecture and design. Specialties: Architectural and Spatial Design, UI/UX Design, Branding and Identity design, Infographic Design, Furniture and Product Design