The colourful abstract graphic design on this bar table from our Abstrakt Mona collection is a creation by the British designer Jonathan Lawes. An original proposal, conceived for Diabla and drawn from the designer’s own creative universe, it turns the tabletops of these pedestal tables into a canvas. In this version, the colour pink predominates, but the series also includes another option in red tones.
The Abstrakt Mona tables introduce a graphic decorative element to the environment through furniture. With this collaboration, the Mona family incorporates to the existing line a striking and seductive set of proposals of great expressiveness. This model, with a round, 70 cm diameter board, measures 105 cm high. It is available in a 72 cm height as well, and two different board options: two tabletop sizes: round or square.
With the Abstrakt tables, you can create an original graphic landscape, especially in contract spaces that allow for multiple pieces. Also, keep in mind you can combine models of different heights.
You can place them in a terrace, a garden or a patio, and since its top is made of phenolic material, it holds up perfectly to the elements.
Abstrakt Mona is also an ideal series to bring a touch of colour to any interior. Thanks to its dimensions, it is also the perfect table to create a small office in a corner.
If you have any questions regarding the colour options, remember that you can consult our colour card to make sure your choice chromatically harmonizes with your space.
Jonathan Lawes is a British designer that specializes in prints. He trained in design in England, graduating first at the Arts University of Bournemouth and then majoring in printed fabrics and pattern design at the Arts University of Leeds. His prints have a powerful graphics character, alternating simple geometric shapes of studied colours that overlap in certain areas. From his studio in London, he works as a designer for firms interior design firms, as well as creating his own engravings and personal serigraphs.